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Do you think magic mushrooms should be legalized for medical use?
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Do you think magic mushrooms should be legalized for medical use?

Yes, see if it works

8

No, it's a gateway..

4

Yes, see if it works

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Cindy Reynolds
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Cindy Reynolds

Psilocybin is also a life saving treatment option for cluster headache. www.clusterdocumentary.com

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Ka San
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Ka San

Anything that works for medical purposes, I agree with.

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Dave Voiles
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Dave Voiles

If it actually has a legit medical purpose, of course.

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Bazz Kenyon
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Bazz Kenyon

It's well known to stop cluster headache cycles!! Even in chronic cluster headache it works This is a known fact around the globe Keeping it illegal is keeping sufferers in the worst pain!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Mary Gemba
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Mary Gemba

Why not? Especially if it's from Mother Earth.

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Brad Oblak
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Brad Oblak

I read Michael Pollan's book: "YOU CAN CHANGE YOUR MIND". This is one the aspects covered in this book.

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Jim Latham
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Jim Latham

War on drugs has never worked and never will. Legalize drugs save tax payers money on prison and jail time instead use the money for drug rehab if needed. Portugal has done this and crime is down and

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No, it's a gateway..

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Dave DuRette
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Dave DuRette

mushrooms are a psychedelic drug.. There are plenty of medications available without resorting to drugs that damage the mind so much in years past

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Larry Bruce
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Larry Bruce

No ! ! ! There are enough problems with marijuana, drugs, and alcohol. At first, marijuana was used for medical use. Now it's distributed and causing increased DUI and deaths. STOP DRUGGING AMERICA !

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Johnny Mooney
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Johnny Mooney

No way! We are entering an era where there is no right or wrong. First Marijuana was approved for medical purposes then its approved for recreational use.

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John Nelson
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John Nelson

Need to know more details, eg. what credentials will be required to service clients and who establishes the licensing requirements?; if one is “under the influence”, how is that measured?

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Do you think the changes to the Fairwell Festival will help traffic this year?

Do you think the changes to the Fairwell Festival will help traffic this year?

YES

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NO

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YES

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NO

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Randy Curths
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Randy Curths

The infrastructure and the systems for Pretty much anything are so backward in Central Oregon That I don't have a lot of optimism even something as simple as traffic in and out of an event

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Randy Curths
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Randy Curths

I hate to say it, But like thousands of people in Central Oregon I moved here to 10 years ago, In Central Oregon is "behind the times" About 20 years, I don't mean to sound mean because the people are typically wonderful But they're just stupid

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Latterdaysaint
Latterdaysaint

So what do they need to do?

steven
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steven

Of course not. If it did, how would Mayor McCheese justify the millions he wants to spend on building a road to benefit his developer patrons.

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Have you experienced difficulties in accessing emergency care in Central Oregon?

Have you experienced difficulties in accessing emergency care in Central Oregon?

YES

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NO

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YES

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NO

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