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How the Psychedelic Movement is Advancing in Missouri - Recent Coverage

In the last several months leading up to the filing of Missouri State Representative Michael Davis's House Bill 2429, several publications have covered our work to build this movement and we thought we'd collect them all here for your reference.


Psychedelics may be the next drug reform frontier, Steve Spellman, Columbia Missourian, Nov. 24, 2021


Kansas Citians Embrace Magic Mushrooms and Altered States, Jill Silva, FlatlandKC, Dec. 17, 2021


Ketamine, Psilocybin and the Rise of Missouri Psychedelics, Danny Wicentowski, Riverfront Times, December 22, 2021


Missouri Patients Could Use Psychedelic Treatments Under New GOP ‘Right-To-Try’ Bill, Kyle Jaeger, Marijuana Moment, January 13, 2022


Missouri Patients with Life-Threatening Illnesses Can Seek Psychedelic Treatments Under "Right to Try" Law, Nicolas Rodriguez, Benzinga, Jan. 13, 2022


Missouri Bill Would Give Patients Right to Try Psychedelic Drugs, Danny Wicentowski, Riverfront Times, Jan. 17, 2022


Psychedelics ‘Train Has Left the Station’ Says Federal Drug Official as More States Seek Access, Travis Reilly, Psychedelic Spotlight, January 18, 2022


And of course you can watch video from our Nov. 20, 2021 conference in partnership with Young Americans for Liberty at the University of Missouri-Columbia:


Missouri State Representative Michael Davis (R-Kansas City) discusses his Right to Try psychedelic medicine access bill, drug possession defelonization bill, and other proposals


Law Enforcement Perspectives with former STL PD Detective Kimberly Kowalski


Panel Discussion on Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapy with Michael VanderWaal LCSW of Moss & Main KC & Dr. Zinia Thomas of RadianceSTL


Panel discussion: Legislative and Executive Advocacy: Missouri State Rep. Cheri Toalson-Reisch (R-Hallsville), William Wisner of Burn Pits 360, and former Ward 2 Columbia City Councilman Mike Trapp

We want to again thank Dr. Zinia Thomas at RadianceKetamine in St. Louis for her ongoing and substantial support of our work!

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