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Oregon Psilocybin: Slow Start

It seems that the Oregon psilocybin program is off to a slow start. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) did a good job meeting the Measure 109 rulemaking and development deadlines, including by opening the license application portal back on January 2. Still, a slew of factors, some of them structural, have tempered program launch. The

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Oregon Psilocybin 2023: Legislative Forecast and Report

The 2023 Oregon legislative session commenced last week. It’s a regular session this year, so we’re in for a longer stretch– a 160 day calendar, versus the 35 day affair we see in even-numbered years. For better or worse, the legislature has ample time to tinker with our brand-new psilocybin program here in Oregon. Going

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CLE Tomorrow, Jan. 12: Legal and Regulatory Landscape for Psychedelics

Register Here Harris Bricken attorneys, Paul Coble, Griffen Thorne, and Vincent Sliwoski, will be presenting on the “Legal and Regulatory Landscape for Psychedelics” in the following CLE webinar on January 12th, 2023, hosted by The Seminar Group. “This program will provide an overview of emerging drug therapies, including psilocybin, ketamine infusion clinics, MDMA and other

Five Harris Bricken Attorneys Named as Global Top 200 Psychedelic Lawyers

We are pleased to announce that five (!) Harris Bricken attorneys have all been recognized as Global Top 200 Psychedelic Lawyers and Policy & Regulatory Experts for 2023 by the Cannabis Law Report. The Cannabis Law Report compiles a directory of lawyers that it considers to be the best legal minds, whether they come from

January 12 – Legal and Regulatory Landscape for Psychedelics

Register Here Harris Bricken attorneys, Paul Coble, Griffen Thorne, and Vincent Sliwoski, will be presenting on the “Legal and Regulatory Landscape for Psychedelics” in the following CLE webinar on January 12th, 2023, hosted by The Seminar Group. “This program will provide an overview of emerging drug therapies, including psilocybin, ketamine infusion clinics, MDMA and other

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Oregon Releases Final Psilocybin Rules; Applications Open January 2

We’re finally ready to launch. After a two-year advisory and developmental period, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has adopted and released final rules to implement a first-of-its-kind, regulated psychedelics program. You can find the new rules here. OHA will also begin accepting applications for psilocybin service centers, testing labs, manufacturers and facilitators next Monday, January

Happy Holidays from Psychedelics Law Blog!

Wishing all of our readers, along with friends and families, the very best this holiday season. Whether you celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Winter Solstice, Festivus, or something else, we hope you can kick back and enjoy this wonderful time of the year. Happy holidays!

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Kalifornien versucht, Psychedelika zu entkriminalisieren - erneut

Since Denver became the first U.S. jurisdiction to decriminalize psilocybin in 2019, a number of cities across the country – including, most notably, Oakland and Santa Cruz in California – have decriminalized psychedelics in various forms. And as readers of the Psychedelics Law Blog are surely aware, Oregon and now Colorado passed full-scale regulatory regimes.

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Webinar Replay: What Can the Psychedelics Industry Learn from Cannabis Regulation?

On November 10, our own Vince Sliwoski joined a stellar panel convened by the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology and Bioethics at Harvard Law School. A wide-ranging, insightful discussion ensued on what the burgeoning psychedelics industry can learn from cannabis regulation. For anyone who missed this marquee event, we’ve embedded a link to