Crain’s New York Business published my opinion piece projecting political challenges to successful cannabis legalization in New York City.
On August 30 New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office made a major announcement: the Governor will hold fifteen “listening sessions” on cannabis legalization at locations around the state in September and October. Those sessions are now underway. The Governor’s press release states: The purpose of these sessions is to garner input from community members… Read More New York legalization update: the Governor launches a series of “listening sessions” around the state for public input and what New York City can do about it
I’m pleased to announce that two psychoactive mushroom decriminalization initiatives were filed on Monday (Rosh Hashanah, wouldn’t you know) with the Denver City Council. (See articles in Westword and The Rooster.) Of course this development is a big deal. (Note that I’m biased, having worked with the initiative organizer, Kevin Matthews, on the text for… Read More A new front opens up: psychoactive mushroom decriminalization in Denver
Today New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office made a major announcement: the Governor has appointed a “working group” under the direction of Chief Counsel Alphonso David that will draft legalization legislation. The working group will consist of: David Holtgrave, PhD, Dean, School of Public Health, University at Albany R. Lorraine Collins, PhD, Associate Dean for Research, University at… Read More New York moves much much much closer to cannabis legalization
My conversation with Lex Pelger is now available at Psychedelic Salon. Thoughts/comments/questions are welcome.
I’m pleased to announce that I have become a consultant on the new “Policy” section of Chacruna, a cutting-edge online journal relating to psychedelics.
I am pleased to announced that my article Psychedelic Markets of the Future has been published on the cutting-edge website Chacruna.