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City to lean on diversion programs if drug ordinance passes

Bellingham City Council likely to cast final vote April 10

A needle lies in a pile of leaves in a downtown Bellingham alley. Bellingham City Council is likely to vote on an ordinance April 10 that would criminalize public drug use.
A needle lies in a pile of leaves in a downtown Bellingham alley. Bellingham City Council is likely to vote on an ordinance April 10 that would criminalize public drug use. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Olivia Palmer News Intern
An expected final vote by the Bellingham City Council on Monday, April 10, to criminalize public dru

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