George Adams, right, sings with a crowd of dozens as they await a decision on whether the disenrollment process of 306 Nooksack Indian Tribe members will be allowed to proceed May 16, 2013. A special election Dec. 2 will decide four council seats – and may help determine the future of the disenrollment dispute.
George Adams, right, sings with a crowd of dozens as they await a decision on whether the disenrollment process of 306 Nooksack Indian Tribe members will be allowed to proceed May 16, 2013. A special election Dec. 2 will decide four council seats – and may help determine the future of the disenrollment dispute. Staff The Bellingham Herald file
George Adams, right, sings with a crowd of dozens as they await a decision on whether the disenrollment process of 306 Nooksack Indian Tribe members will be allowed to proceed May 16, 2013. A special election Dec. 2 will decide four council seats – and may help determine the future of the disenrollment dispute. Staff The Bellingham Herald file

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