City Government, Election

Psilocybin cost under review

With the Nov. 8 election just around the corner, one ballot item is still under much deliberation. In response to the passing of measure 109, authorizing the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) to create a program to permit licensed service providers to administer psilocybin products, OHA advisory groups are in the process of creating guidelines for these operations. 

In Creswell, this relates to Ordinance No. 552, and in Cottage Grove, it relates to Ordinance No. 3162, both “Declaring A Ban on Psilocybin Service Centers and the Manufacture of Psilocybin Products” on the November ballots. 

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