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Lummi Nation leader urges Biden to declare national fentanyl emergency

Chairman Anthony Hillaire said action will remove barriers, help tribes combat crisis

Lummi Indian Business Council Chairman Anthony Hillaire talks to a crowd behind a podium with a microphone in hand.
Lummi Indian Business Council Chairman Anthony Hillaire, pictured in April, called for the declaration of a national fentanyl emergency during a Tribal Nations summit Thursday, Dec. 7. (Finn Wendt/Cascadia Daily News)
By Isaac Stone Simonelli Enterprise/Investigations Reporter
The leader of the Lummi Nation called on President Joe Biden to declare a national fentanyl emergenc
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