1997 CE
Soldiers of American descent will now be allowed to use peyote for religious purposes

In 1997, the U.S. military declared it would now allow soldiers of Native American descent to use peyote for religious purposes. Peyote use, however, is restricted to enrolled tribal members who are also members of a Native American Church, and the substance may not be brought on military vehicles, planes, vessels or bases.

Source: Olive, M. F., & Triggle, D. J. (2007). Peyote and Mescaline. Infobase Publishing.

Drugs: Peyote (mescaline)
Regions: USA (United States of America)
Topics: Cultural factors (social, religious, ritual), Taxation and regulation