Cedric Jones

Cedric Jones

Cedric is a Vietnam vet and a recovering addict. He has “been there and done that” — and has the receipts. After completing a year-long drug rehabilitation program, Cedric was hired by the facility and worked his way up to Intake Director. He also served as Interim Program Director. 

Cedric has a degree in Broadcast Journalism and has worked in all of the media, including serving as editor of a magazine that focused on drug addiction and recovery. He also hosted a radio program on which he interviewed many of the “movers and shakers” in the recovery industry.

Being thoroughly convinced by comprehensive studies — and personal experience — of the medical benefits of entheogenic plants and fungi, Cedric is committed to providing the public with the necessary fact-based, reliable information to make a decision to support the legalization of entheogenic plants and fungi, which he believes is inevitable.

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When Missouri legalized recreational marijuana in February 2023, sales topped $71 million in the first month. Total weed sales could hit $ 1 billion by year’s end.

Decriminalize Nature, the flagship of drug reform advocacy groups, tries to stay focused amid conflict with local chapters and the co-founder's anti-semantic slant.

Colorado has legalized psilocybin for therapeutic use immediately and made provisions to add other entheogenic plants and fungi to the list in the near future.

In November 2020, Oregon legalized the medical use of psilocybin starting January 2023. New efforts to delay or ban the program get rural support and urban opposition.

Since 2014, New Approach PAC has invested more money to promote drug reform legislation than anyone else in the country. They are preparing to invest even more.

After several years of trying, psychedelic advocates finally succeeded in getting the Australian government to legalize MDMA and psilocybin for therapeutic use.

Nearly two dozen U.S. cities have decriminalized plant-based hallucinogens, but so far Berkeley is the only city proposing to decriminalize synthetic LSD.

On September 6, 2022, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed a resolution to support decriminalizing ‘shrooms and all other entheogenic plants and fungi.