By Jon Dennis, Esq. and the Psychedelics Today team On the eve before the final vote, Jon Dennis, Esq. shares his thoughts. If you don’t know Jon Dennis yet, he’s an activist and attorney leading the charge for affordable community access and religious freedom under Oregon’s Measure 109 program, as well as the co-host of …

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