Magic Mushroom Laws by State

Georgia

Georgia has strong constitutional protections for religious freedom under Article I, Section I, Paragraph III. However, the state does not currently have a state-level Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA). Additionally, Georgia explicitly prohibits the possession, sale, import, or transport of not just psilocybin mushrooms, but the spores as well, classifying them as “dangerous drugs.”

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Connecticut

Connecticut has strong constitutional protections for religious freedom and was the first state to enact its own Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) in 1993. This state-level RFRA provides significant protections for religious practices, including the potential use of entheogens for religious purposes. However, there are no specific decriminalization efforts for entheogens like psilocybin in Connecticut.

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Colorado

Colorado has decriminalized psilocybin and other natural psychedelics statewide through Proposition 122, also known as the Natural Medicine Health Act, which was approved by voters in November 2022. This legislation decriminalizes the personal use and possession of psilocybin for individuals over 21, and establishes a framework for regulated access through licensed healing centers.

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California

California has strong constitutional protections for religious freedom but does not have a state-level Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA). The state also has several cities that have decriminalized the use and possession of entheogens. However, psilocybin is still classified as a Schedule I controlled substance which poses legal challenges for the religious use of entheogens.

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Arkansas

While Arkansas’s RFRA does not directly address the use of entheogens, it sets a legal precedent that could be used to argue for the religious use of entheogens, provided that such use is part of a sincere religious practice and does not harm others. However, the application of this law to entheogens would depend on court interpretations and decisions in specific cases.

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Arizona

Arizona has robust protections for religious freedom under both the state constitution and its own version of the RFRA. These protections could potentially defend the

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