Rocky Mountain NAACP State Conference Opposes Prop 122

Oct 29, 2022

Rocky Mountain State Area Conference of the NAACP along with Blue Rising, Attorney General Phil Weiser, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, Rep. Judy Amabile and others, are opposing Prop 122.

The multi-million dollar campaign to promote Prop 122 is not backed by benevolent Coloradans who are concerned about our mental health crisis. In reality, these out-of-state corporate actors are seeking to benefit financially by making Colorado a new target market for unregulated psychedelic drugs that science has yet to prove are safe or effective. This ballot measure is not a solution to our mental health crisis. It could make things exponentially worse.

Below, we have collected resources from various groups and individuals opposing the proposition, to help folks learn more about why we are urging a NO vote on Proposition 122.

We believe that casting an informed vote on this initiative is crucial for the wellbeing of our state, and we hope that you will join us in opposing proposition 122.

And remember, turn in your ballot by 7pm on Tuesday, November 8th. If you have questions about your voter registration status, the closest dropbox, or have not yet received your ballot in the mail, please check out for solutions.

The Rocky Mountain NAACP proudly serves as the state conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. The Rocky Mountain State Conference works to serve the community to bring about equality, equity, and social justice as part of the 114-year history of the NAACP. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter at our website,, and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram.

For media inquiries, contact:
Rashad Younger, Press Secretary for RMNAACP
Cell: 303-941-3917
Chartashia Miller, Secretary for RMNAACP