Tim Ballew II is chairman of the Lummi Indian Business Council. He says overturning the Whatcom County v. Hirst decision would be a shortsighted fix causing lasting damage to the region, especially since the decision protects everybody’s access to water.
Tim Ballew II is chairman of the Lummi Indian Business Council. He says overturning the Whatcom County v. Hirst decision would be a shortsighted fix causing lasting damage to the region, especially since the decision protects everybody’s access to water. Philip A. Dwyer The Bellingham Herald file
Tim Ballew II is chairman of the Lummi Indian Business Council. He says overturning the Whatcom County v. Hirst decision would be a shortsighted fix causing lasting damage to the region, especially since the decision protects everybody’s access to water. Philip A. Dwyer The Bellingham Herald file

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