Denver Just Decriminalized Magic Mushrooms. Activists Say This is Just the Beginning.



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  1. Not gonna lie, after shrooming I literally am so much more thankful for my life and I just feel so renewed, everyone should shroom once ever 6 months!

  2. I've poped these once and yes peaceful world actually. . This is like alcahol or marijuana. Just shrooms adds really high mind state . Sure Gene's have to connect good to these drugs. It's a mind change I believe… who knows life is a option do you needit or you dont…

  3. Andrew Yang said he will decriminalize ALL drugs, including heroin. Based on the Portugal Model. Yang will do something NO other candidates, even Bernie, are willing to do. Why don鈥檛 you talk about that?

  4. They were legal in Japan until 2002 when Japan thought western football hooligans would get out of control. Also read that in Peru children are given micro doses to initiate them into the culture.

  5. As somebody whos life was saved by Psilocybin I can't wait until this becomes widespread. It's use healed me and saved me from the constant cycle of suicidal thoughts that plagued me. I can talk to people I don't know now. I don't have the hate in me to hate others anymore. I want to help people now. I want to be a good citizen now. I want a better life for myself and my family now.

    I don't give two shits if the government calls it illegal. Those laws were passed by stupid people anyway and I'm not stupid anymore. I can finally love again.

  6. Thank you to the people of Denver for helping me get past my own hesitations and finally take the plunge. Too bad shrooms doesn鈥檛 cure the disease of nonsensical libertarian ideology though. By the way people here look up Sam Seder debates libertarians. Your core ideology is trash. I know I used to be in the ayn rand cult thank goodness i escaped

  7. they are wanting to prohibit the CBD in my state and i might move cause of that i wanna move to Denver cause i wanna try mushrooms for my mental health

  8. Honestly keep weed and mushrooms legalized and all the other stuff illegal.. and legalize possession of any substance under 3.5

  9. I never understood the mentality of wanting to rule over others. People are happy to destroy a person's life because they smoke a bit of weed or do shrooms. You have to really detest human beings to throw someone in prison for getting high. It's madness.

    Many of the "anti-drug" crowd think people will be smoking meth out of a bright green bong in front of children. If you can't smoke a cigarette in front of a building what makes anyone think that things will get that bad?

  10. Sketchy af…….I wonder what harmful shit the government is gonna put in the shrooms. Why would they randomly legalize shrooms?? Seems like they are gonna poison us. Same with recreational marijuana.

  11. Too good to be true. Pharmaceutical companies will lose on this, and for some that powerful it is easy to make a mess and blame it on the mushroom. I am pessimistic enough, that anything that renders Prozac or similar useless, won't see the light, or if so not long enough. Add to that psilocybin ability of easing quitting many addictions including Tobacco and Alcohol (just google that..).
    This drugs have been used for thousands of years in some groups of humans, but not in our time of psychiatric drugs and tobacco companies.. So this might trigger a very huge shift. I honestly did not think this would ever happen, not even at this small scale.

  12. I鈥檓 still waiting for weed to go legal. Fuckin deep Swamp Democrat Politicians run New York and we just happen to have the highest taxes in the country plus everything鈥檚 fuckin illegal. Total BS

  13. Anyone who does drugs without a legitimate reason is a complete waste of oxygen. This is why companies drug test. Weed is worth working at McDonalds for worthless pieces of shit.

  14. THIS IS SUPER FUNNY, THERES GOING TO BE PEOPLE FLYING OFF THE ROAD, AND SLEEPING ON BUSY ROADS, HA, HA, HA, THIS IS GREAT, COCAIN NEXT FOLKS, LOVE IT

  15. They are legal to grow in New Mexico since Pratt vs New Mexico in 2005. I don't know why that didn't make the news?
    They have been technically legal in Florida since the 2001 Fiske vs State of Fl case. But there are some technicalities to the ruling. They must be fresh picked and you must insist you don't know what they are because you haven't had time to identify them properly. You are still going to go to jail and need a lawyer to get the charges dropped though.
    If you just grow them for yourself the chances of getting caught are slim to none. Just never tell ANYONE!

  16. And let me shame & blame New Jersey & New York for wanting to continue their failed war on drugs via marijuana. They just turned down an effort to legalize it. This is why old people in rich areas of NJ & NY maybe shouldn't live as long as big pharma is helping them too. Who really knows how big pharma is impacting our health long term by keeping dementia patients alive an extra couple decades then these people vote it just shittens up our society with more fear and bullshit regulations as they claim to love deregulation these people started the war on drugs.

  17. You know the only reason why they are doing this is probably due to the lost of the cannibis tourism when everyone else decided to do it

  18. This is Just the Beginning…of the end. Leftists will destroy our nation and our people all in the name of animalistic PLEASURE!

  19. The Bill of Rights includes freedom of religion. Since most people in
    the government/legal field forgot we had a constitution and a bill of
    rights; back in 1993 when the government decided to take peyote away
    from the indigenous, the Freedom of Religion Restoration Act was passed.
    Stealing peyote from indigenous was the catalyst for this act, but it
    is not limited to peyote nor is it limited to indigenous. It is a
    reminder that we do have a Bill of Rights. So…. sacred medicines like
    mushrooms and marijuana have been legal and are legal all across the
    nation. Hopefully those who swore to uphold the law will begin doing
    that instead of bullying people because it is far more profitable. If
    they really want to go after the drugs; throw Monsanto in jail. The
    Nuremberg Trial Papers reveal a "state within a state" consisting of the
    big oil, big pharma, and big agricultural industries. This community of
    interests exists and persists despite common sense. If they really want
    to go after the drugs, preform raids on pharmacies selling Oxycontin.
    Go after the municipal water supply for adding the neurotoxin
    fluoride….. I was suffering skeletal fluorosis, chronic pain in my
    knees…. Since marijuana was most likely the primary ingredient in the
    healing oil of Jesus Christ and since even Joel Osteen has been recorded
    on camera saying the prana of the Bible could be a mushroom, it would
    be really nice if those who swore to uphold the law would begin doing
    that instead of terrorizing people and profiting from it. What a
    wonderful world this COULD be.

  20. This is one of those drugs that can enlighten you, and the reason why MJ is messing people up is because it's heading the way of DMT, but not that strong yet.. so people are getting stuck in that bad place, yet marijuana also helped me loosen up later in my life. I'm saying everything has a bad and good side, what people feel to realize is the harm it does to lie about magic mushrooms, then people who try it think heroin is just as safe. Also… health benefits should have never been overlooked.

  21. 3:45
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