New Jersey Assembly Health Committee Approves Bill to Legalize Access to Medical Psilocybin

The DOH would be responsible for overseeing the lifecycle of legal psilocybin

The Assembly Health Committee passed Assembly Bill 3852 today, moving it along in the legislative process. The move comes a little over a week after the Senate Heath Committee voted to approve a companion measure.

Initially devised as a way to legalize the personal use of psilocybin for everyone 21 and older, the measure was amended to apply exclusively to the medical/therapeutic use of the substance.

Under the revised bill, patients with eligible conditions who secure a referral from a licensed healthcare provider would be allowed to legally access psilocybin services. The Department of Health (DOH) would be responsible for overseeing the entire lifecycle of legal psilocybin, including its production, testing, transportation, sale, and purchase.

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