When it comes to medical marijuana, you need good medical management.
In 2018, there were about 5,700 people living in states where medical marijuana was legal, according to the Marijuana Policy Project.
That number has jumped to about 10,000 since the beginning of 2017, when California was the first state to allow for medical marijuana.
The number of patients living in those states has also increased significantly.
In the first half of 2018, the number of California residents who had used medical marijuana jumped to nearly 1 million, according the California Department of Public Health.
That represents nearly a quarter of the population in the state.
The biggest beneficiary of that growth has been the opioid crisis in California.
While there are currently more than 500,000 opioid-related deaths in the U.S., more than 50,000 of those are in California, according data from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
In California, there are roughly 20,000 people dying from opioid overdoses every day, according an analysis by the University of California at San Diego.
That is roughly triple the national average.
The number of opioid overdose deaths is nearly seven times the national rate.
According to a 2016 report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the state’s opioid epidemic is now the second-highest in the country.
The state is home to nearly a third of the nation’s population, and it accounts for more than half of all opioid deaths in that country.
According the Marijuana Industry Group, there have been nearly 3,200 deaths linked to opioid overdose in California between the start of 2017 and the end of 2020, nearly a million of them from fentanyl, which is a synthetic opioid derived from the opiate heroin.
That’s an average of five opioid-deaths a day.