The MAPS Bulletin is published three times a year, with annual subscriptions available for those giving $40 or more to support our research and educational initiatives. MAPS also distributes the Bulletin as an educational tool for scientists, researchers, government officials, drug war prisoners, and educators.

The MAPS Bulletin began as a one-page newsletter in 1988. In 1995, after growing successively longer with each issue, the newsletter became the MAPS Bulletin. Two out of three issues a year feature full-color thematic artwork on the covers.

The Bulletin is produced by a small group of dedicated staff and volunteers. Our primary goal is to assist scientists to conduct human studies to generate essential information about the risks and psychotherapeutic benefits of MDMA, other psychedelics, and marijuana, with the goal of gaining government approval for their beneficial uses.

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MAPS Bulletin Archive: 1988-current