Idaho Statutes Title 37. Food, Drugs, and Oil § 37-2732A. Sacramental use of peyote permitted

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The criminal sanctions provided in this chapter do not apply to that plant of the genus Lophophora Williamii commonly known as peyote when such controlled substance is transported, delivered or possessed to be used as the sacrament in religious rites of a bona fide native American religious ceremony conducted by a bona fide religious organization;  provided, that this exemption shall apply only to persons of native American descent who are members or eligible for membership in a federally recognized Indian tribe.  Use of peyote as a sacrament in religious rites shall be restricted to Indian reservations as defined in subsection (2) of section 63-3622Z, Idaho Code.  A person transporting, possessing or distributing peyote in this state for religious rites shall have on their person a tribal enrollment card, a card identifying the person as a native American church member and a permit issued by a bona fide religious organization authorizing the transportation, possession and distribution of peyote for religious rites.

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