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THOUSANDS of untested rape kits spark discrimination lawsuits

Attorney Daniel Nigh explains the lawsuits being filed against the manufacturers of Zantac, a popular heartburn relief aid that has been found to be contaminated with the cancer-causing chemical NDMA. Then, RT correspondent Brigida Santos looks at the frightening reality of medical debt collection, which often leads to the arrest and incarceration of those too poor to pay up. Plus, legal journalist Mollye Barrows explains how women across the country are suing police departments for failing to properly investigate rape kits, creating a backlog numbering in the hundreds of thousands.

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