It will be years before Colorado’s new system for the legal use of psilocybin and other psychedelic drugs is fully in place.
But some significant changes are set to arrive by early next year, and Gov. Jared Polis has pledged to oversee a smooth implementation of the measure, which voters approved on Election Day.
“When the people pass things, it’s my responsibility as governor to deliver on them, whether I agreed with them or not,” said Polis, who stayed neutral on the proposal, in a post-election interview.
“And of course, we’ll likely need some enabling legislation to set it up in a way that prevents any negative consequences and honors the will of the voters,” he continued.
The process will begin with changes to drug laws, followed within the next couple years by the creation of licensed centers where people can use psilocybin.
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