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Legalizing medical marijuana does not reduce the rate of fatal opioid overdoses. According to researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine, contrary to a 2014 study there is no evidence of a connection between opioid deaths and the availability of medical cannabis. Dr. Keith Humphreys says, “If you think opening a bunch of dispensaries is going to reduce opioid deaths, you’ll be disappointed. We don’t think cannabis is killing people, but we don’t think it’s saving people.” The new study is outlined online in…