As of the writing of this article, almost every drug is illegal in Idaho. And yes, that even includes some that are legal in other states, such as cannabis, and magic mushrooms.

But could the latter be coming to Idaho soon?

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In case you didn't know, "magic mushrooms" actually are legal in some places in the United States, including:

  • Denver, Colorado
  • Oakland, California
  • Santa Cruz, California
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Somerville, Massachusetts
  • Seattle, Washington
  • Detroit, Michigan

So, if it happened in those cities, could psychedelic mushrooms come to Idaho, become legal, and then become available to the general public (over 18, or 21, depending on whatever rules/laws come with it)?

While there isn't a huge movement to legalize 'shrooms in Idaho, with neighboring states like Oregon, Washington, and California legalizing new drugs at seemingly breakneck speed, it's not out of the question that Idaho could eventually legalize magic mushrooms.

What do you think? Could 'shrooms ever get legalized in Idaho, and if so, do you think it's a good idea? Let's connect and get your two cents. Always curious to get your point of view.


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