Kamloops Compassion Club Owners Challenge MMPR

Canada’s messy, controversial world of medical marijuana is coming under more legal scrutiny, as two British Columbia men launch a novel constitutional challenge of the federal law that bans “compassion clubs.”

The legislation violates the right of patients to life, liberty and security of the person by depriving them of the well-tested, reliable pot sold by the clubs, they allege in a challenge to be filed in court Tuesday.

Carl Anderson and Wesley Jenkins ran such a club in Kamloops, B.C., but in 2011 the Royal Canadian Mounted Police charged them with drug trafficking.

– Read the entire article at The National Post.