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US treasurer visits, discusses Lummi business development

Visit is one of the first post-pandemic under Biden administration

U.S. Treasurer Marilynn Malerba listens to members of the Lummi Indian Business Council talk March 28 about Lummi fishing vessels at Squalicum Harbor.
U.S. Treasurer Marilynn Malerba listens to members of the Lummi Indian Business Council talk March 28 about Lummi fishing vessels at Squalicum Harbor. (Finn Wendt/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
U.S. Treasurer Marilynn Malerba met with Lummi Nation leaders, entrepreneurs and tribal members Tues

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