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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In October 2021, Seattle, home of legendary guitarist Jimi Hendrix, became the largest U.S. city to decriminalize magic mushrooms and other entheogenic plants.

Detroit voted 2-to-1 in November 2021 to decriminalize magic mushrooms. Next stop, says Decriminalize Michigan, is a statewide initiative to do the same.

In January 2020, Santa Cruz became the third U.S. city to decriminalize magic mushrooms as the movement to decriminalize psychedelics picks up steam.

In May 2019, Denver became the first U.S. city to decriminalize the possession and use of magic mushrooms. So how's that working out?

In October 2021, Grand Rapids approved a resolution to support deprioritizing the use and possession of entheogenic plants and fungi. Here are the details.

In June 2019, Oakland, CA, became the first city to decriminalize all naturally-occurring psychedelics. They are now working on an initiative to legalize them.

On September 21, 2020, Ann Arbor became the first U.S. city to decriminalize all naturally-occurring psychedelics, entheogenic plants, and fungi.

In May 2021, the city of Vancouver asked the Canadian feds for permission to decriminalize small amounts of all illicit drugs. Here’s why.