(Portland, OR) -- A proposal to legalize psychedelic mushrooms in Oregon is a step closer to making its way onto the November ballot. Nearly 165-thousand people have signed Initiative Petition 34, a measure to allow people to use psilocybin in controlled doses and administered by state professionals. If elections officials can verify enough valid signatures, I-P 34 will be voted on this fall. Campaign leaders are confident but will know for sure by mid-July. Oakland and Denver have decriminalized the substance but Oregon would be the first state to legalize it.