MADRAS, OR -- Madras voters will decide in November whether the city should ban psilocybin-related businesses.
In a special meeting on Tuesday, Madras City Councilors voted unanimously to approve an ordinance, pending voter approval. No one spoke during the public comment period.
The ordinance prohibits psilocybin product manufacturers and service center operators once they become legal in Oregon in January.
Jefferson County Commissioners agreed last month to refer a similar ban to voters.