Carly Barton, who has suffered neuropathy and fibromyalgia since having a stroke at 24, has gained support from top cops and MPs.
Five crime commissioners are backing a bid to let seriously ill people grow their own cannabis without fear of arrest.
They are calling for a change in the law to allow some patients with grave health conditions to legally cultivate the drug.
The campaign, called Carly’s Amnesty, is supported by cross-party MPs, ex-police chiefs and the Police Federation – the union for rank-and-file officers.
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