SPOTLIGHT: States collect unused drugs to give away

Hoping to cut their costs, a growing number of states are kicking off programs that collect unused prescription drugs to give away to the uninsured and poor. In fact, at least 33 states have laws on the books that allow for such programs (or studies of such programs). While the programs are only a few years old, cost savings already are showing up, and may prove substantial over time. Article

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