Richard Ashworth, president for pharmacy and retail operations for Walgreens, listens at left, as Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill. speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill on Tuesday. The company plans to install safe medication disposal kiosks in more than 500 drugstores by the end of the year.
Richard Ashworth, president for pharmacy and retail operations for Walgreens, listens at left, as Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill. speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill on Tuesday. The company plans to install safe medication disposal kiosks in more than 500 drugstores by the end of the year. Alex Brandon AP
Richard Ashworth, president for pharmacy and retail operations for Walgreens, listens at left, as Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill. speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill on Tuesday. The company plans to install safe medication disposal kiosks in more than 500 drugstores by the end of the year. Alex Brandon AP

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