Denver Harshes on Shrooms

Interesting.

Voters on Tuesday appeared to reject an attempt to make Denver the first US city to decriminalize psilocybin – the psychoactive substance in “magic mushrooms” – and add a new chapter to the city’s role in shaping wider drug policy.

The citizen initiative on the ballot followed the same tack taken by marijuana activists to decriminalize pot possession in 2005 in the city. That move was followed by statewide legalization in 2012. A number of other states have since broadly allowed marijuana sales and use by adults.

With all precincts reporting late Tuesday night, the no votes for the initiative held a substantial lead over the yes votes, according to unofficial returns.

Late results showed nearly 55% of voters had rejected the proposed ordinance.

The arguments for legalizing (or decriminalizing) mushrooms are identical to those regarding marijuana. The fact that this didn’t pass is because there are fewer people taking mushrooms than smoking pot. It just shows that those arguments are, and always were, insincere. People want to legalize pot because they want to smoke pot. It’s as simple as that.

UPDATE: Well, well… it passed after all. Is the vote legitimate if half of the voters were high? lol

3 Responses to Denver Harshes on Shrooms

  1. Mar says:

    Must be Chicago politics. They found the voted to pass the measure. Rocky Mountain High is just not a song but the condition of an entire state.

  2. guinness says:

    Back to psychedelic music.

  3. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    wow.

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