A Look At Far-Right Militia Groups Post-Insurrection; Recycling Prescriptions : Here & Now Nearly seven months after a pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capitol, prosecutors are laying out their case against individual rioters and against at least three far-right militia groups they say contributed to the violence. Micah Loewinger, a reporter for WYNC's On the Media, explains. And, every year, pharmacists fill billions of dollars of prescriptions that patients never end up using. That's why a group in Memphis, Tennessee, set up a way of turning one patient's waste into another's lifeline. Katie Riordan from WKNO reports.

A Look At Far-Right Militia Groups Post-Insurrection; Recycling Prescriptions

A Look At Far-Right Militia Groups Post-Insurrection; Recycling Prescriptions

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Nearly seven months after a pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capitol, prosecutors are laying out their case against individual rioters and against at least three far-right militia groups they say contributed to the violence. Micah Loewinger, a reporter for WYNC's On the Media, explains.

And, every year, pharmacists fill billions of dollars of prescriptions that patients never end up using. That's why a group in Memphis, Tennessee, set up a way of turning one patient's waste into another's lifeline. Katie Riordan from WKNO reports.

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