More States Hatch Plans to Recycle Drugs Being Wasted in… — ProPublica
Anything that'll accru long-term monetary savings regarding healthcare costs, I'm all for it. It WOULD PROBABLY create a burdensome reporting/accountability framework, especially regarding narcotics. But that would just mean a little extra time/effort on the front-end to save more of it down the road. And who wants to see cancer drugs costing $1,000 a pop going in the garbage ad infinitum?
"How much do you have to have, if just adding one coin makes you rich?"