Romney's Arkansas angle: His investment in medical waste company | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Romney's Arkansas angle: His investment in medical waste company

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ROMNEY MONEY MAKER: LR-based firm disposes of med wastes, included aborted fetuses.
  • ROMNEY MONEY MAKER: LR-based firm Stericycle, one of Mitt Romney's big investment winners, disposes of med wastes, including aborted fetuses.

Garrick Feldman writes in the Arkansas Leader on the Arkansas angle on Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's investment in Stericycle, a Little Rock-based medical waste disposal company. It has been controversial because it disposes of, among many other things, fetuses from abortion providers. Romney-led Bain Capital made a huge profit investing in Stericycle, which Feldman describes as the largest medical waste disposal firm in the country.

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