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Ketamine Telehealth: An Update

Ketamine telehealth just got a big lifeline. On April 12, 2022, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) renewed its determination that a public health emergency (PHE) exists due to COVID-19. Obviously, this has been a hugely controversial move even if the renewal is only good for 90 days. This 90 day extension is

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Oregon Psilocybin: Ready to Launch (Webinar Replay)

For anyone who was unable to join our April 7th webinar, Oregon Psilocybin: Ready to Launch, we’ve got you covered! Below, please find the full presentation below for your viewing pleasure. Stay up to date by subscribing to the Psychedelics Law Blog.

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Microdosing at Work

This article was originally published on Bill of Health, the blog of Petrie-Flom Center at Harvard Law School, as part of a digital symposium, A Macro View of Microdosing. In light of the widespread cultural and business culture adoption of microdosing, private sector employers should reconsider the implications of a blanket prohibition on workplace use of controlled substances. Microdosing

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Oregon Psilocybin Draft Rules: Training

On Friday, April 1, 2022 the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) released revised proposed Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) for psilocybin services. These rules focus on psilocybin products, testing, and training programs. There will be public hearings on these rules on April 18 and April 21, 2021. In part one, we covered the rules related to psilocybin

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Oregon Psilocybin Draft Rules: Testing

On Friday, April 1, 2022 the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) released revised proposed Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) for psilocybin services. These rules focus on psilocybin products, testing, and training programs. There will be public hearings on these rules on April 18 and April 21, 2021. In part one of this series, we covered the rules

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Free Oregon Psilocybin Webinar Tomorrow! OHA and Harris Bricken

Watch HERE! Please join Harris Bricken lawyers Mason Marks and Vince Sliwoski as they team up with Angela Allbee of the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) for a lunch hour webinar on April 7. Angela, Mason and Vince will discuss updates on OHA rulemaking, policy and licensing, as well as business issues for Oregon’s imminent psilocybin

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Oregon Psilocybin Draft Rules: Products

On Friday, April 1, 2022 the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) released revised proposed Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) for psilocybin products, testing, and training programs. This post will focus on the rules related to products. Readers of this blog will recall we reviewed an early draft of these administrative rules back in February. Unsurprisingly, the rules

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Ketamine Clinics: Does a Physician’s Specialty Matter?

Ketamine clinics are run by various provider types in the United States. In some states, mid-level practitioners (e.g., Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants) can practice independently. In other states, such providers can only work independently if they are supervised or overseen by a physician. However, the question then becomes whether any physician can run a

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Open Psilocybin Sales in Vancouver, B.C.

Over the past few years, access to mushrooms containing psilocybin has become much easier in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. There are now four dispensaries that sell psilocybin mushrooms in the city, including two locations downtown, one located on Commercial Drive, and one located on the Downtown Eastside. The prevalence of these dispensaries has made it

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Washington State: Outlook for Psychedelics

The outlook for psychedelics legalization in Washington State, and specifically psilocybin legalization, looks promising and continues to evolve at a rapid pace. The Spokane Bar Association recently held a seminar on emerging issues in the Washington psychedelic ecosystem. In October, Seattle became the largest in the United States to decriminalize psychedelics. As the second largest