Physician pardoned after growing weed for dying wife

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The power of a 2nd Chance,” he tweeted alongside a link to the Pardons Board. “Apply today. Tom Wolf has pardoned a physician who was previously jailed for growing cannabis for his terminally ill wife. Brexit, medical cannabis and the children abandoned by the U.K. government Lack of access to medical marijuana and CBD is cause for concern in the U.S. Why medical cannabis packaging poses accessibility challenges and how we can fix it Ezell says he started growing cannabis to help his dying wife reduce her consumption of prescription opioids. The state did not legalize medical cannabis until 2016. According to Fetterman’s office, Ezell may be permitted to return to practicing medicine as a result of the pardon.

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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has pardoned a physician who was previously jailed for growing cannabis for his terminally ill wife.

Board-certified ophthalmologist Dr. Paul Ezell, 65, pleaded guilty to a felony drug charge in 2014, subsequently losing his medical licence and serving a six-month jail sentence. His daughter Victoria Ezell, a formerly a registered nurse, also pleaded guilty and saw her licence revoked, and was placed on probation as a result of the incident.

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