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Whatcom council may ask governor, president to declare fentanyl emergency

Council to consider own emergency order later this month

A sign in response to Lummi Nation's opioid crisis, reads out "Lord Hear Our Prayers," over a large heart graphic.
A sign in response to Lummi Nation's opioid crisis, reading "Lord Hear Our Prayers," sits outside tribal headquarters in October. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Seeking additional support — including funding — from state and federal governments to combat th
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