A key committee in the New Jersey Senate on Thursday unanimously authorized a invoice to take away prison penalties for possession of up to six ounces of marijuana.
In a shock transfer, an unidentified senator added an modification to the invoice to downgrade penalties for possessing up to an oz. of psilocybin, higher often known as hallucinogenic “magic mushrooms.”
The vote marked the primary time any marijuana decriminalization invoice had been thought of, not to mention handed, in the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee.
The invoice, S 2535, with its mushroom modification, was authorized with out debate or dialogue.
On Nov. 3, two out of three voters in the Garden State authorized a measure to legalize leisure hashish. There was no point out of any hallucinogenics being included in the measure.