Federal agents are investigating two Washington State community pharmacies for allegedly redispensing used medications collected from long-term care facilities. According to an MSNBC report, documents filed in a United States District Court indicate that drivers made routine collections of unused prescription drugs, including controlled substances, at local nursing homes and brought them to the pharmacies in Seattle, WA, and Bellingham, WA, where they were sorted, repackaged, and dispensed. The pharmacies are suspected of billing Medicaid twice for the same redispensed drugs as reported by The Seattle PI.