With more than 80,000 deaths each year in Texas, the state is no stranger to the toll of this disease.
But a recent report published by the Texas Health Institute (THI) found that the state has one of its highest homicide rate levels in the nation.
In Texas, people can die from the most common causes of homicide: accidental gunshot, assault, strangulation, carjacking, and domestic violence.
The homicide rate has been increasing over the last decade, and the THI found that in 2015, the number of deaths was 5,076.
The most common cause of death for people ages 65 and older was accidental gunshot death, followed by carjacker death, and then domestic violence, which was used to compare the homicide rate across counties.
The total number of homicides increased from 3,542 in 2016 to 5,099 in 2017.
The Texas Department of Public Safety and the Texas Department for Children and Families (TCDSF) did not respond to requests for comment for this article.
However, the THS also found that there were 8,822 non-fatal gunshot injuries in 2017, which equates to nearly 60 percent of all gunshot injuries.
The number of people who died from gunshot injuries was also nearly double the total number that were treated for other medical causes.
THI researchers found that non-medical causes of death accounted for about 40 percent of deaths in 2017 in Texas.
“Texas is one of only a handful of states that do not have a state-wide data collection and reporting system for firearm injury and death data,” the report stated.
“Data collection and analysis are difficult and time consuming.
The data collection system in Texas is limited to the coroner’s office, which is in the midst of a budget crisis.”
The report also found significant discrepancies in the way Texas collects data for non-emergency firearm injuries.
For example, it noted that, while the THF reported that the total firearm injury data collected in Texas was about 5,200, the Texas Tribune reported that it only counted about 1,000.
The THI also noted that “it is impossible to determine the total amount of gun violence that occurs in Texas due to lack of available data.”
While the THIS report did not detail how the Texas data collection program would address the lack of data, it does state that it is currently working with the Texas General Land Office to collect the information it needs to improve its data collection.
The Department of Justice also recently released a report which showed that the U.S. has one the highest murder rates in America.
In 2018, the murder rate in the United States was 8,862.5 murders per 100,000 residents.
According to the FBI, the total U.N. population is about 1.5 billion.
According, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime also reports that there are about 1 million active U.K. drug users in prison.
The report said that the United Kingdom has one out of every five deaths that are attributed to drugs.
The United States has more than 6.3 million people in prison and more than 300,000 drug arrests.
While it may seem like a small number, the data shows that Texas has one in every six deaths that can be attributed to a drug overdose.
The statistics also showed that while the overall death rate for adults in the state decreased by more than 40 percent from 2016 to 2017, the rate of deaths related to prescription drugs and other prescription drugs rose by more then 60 percent, according to the report.
The State of Texas has a gun violence prevention plan in place to tackle this problem, but a lack of funding has left many people without the necessary resources to help prevent their loved ones from dying from gun violence.
In 2017, there were 4,929,567 licensed firearms in Texas with a total value of $2.2 trillion.
This means that more than $50 billion dollars could be saved if the state had more funds available to address this problem.
According the UCR, Texas has an annual budget of $17.8 billion, and is ranked #20 out of 50 states.
In addition, there are $15.2 billion in Medicaid funds that the State of Colorado is using to provide healthcare and treatment for people with pre-existing conditions and those who have been denied Medicaid.
Additionally, $12.9 billion dollars are allocated in the federal budget for gun violence programs, which are not directly allocated to any specific programs.
The National Rifle Association (NRA) is also pushing to increase funding for these programs in the 2018 and 2019 budgets.
However it also notes that the majority of these funds are not allocated for gun prevention.
According Texas’ own statistics, Texas ranks #6 on the list of states with the highest number of gun deaths per capita.
“Gun violence prevention is a critical issue for Texas and all Americans, and a growing number of Texas citizens have made the difficult decision to make it a priority,” said Steve Ellis,