Nooksack Tribal Court continues the process of evicting disenrolled members

Just two weeks ago, the Washington state Supreme Court intervened, calling for a stop to evictions until the court has time to consider the case.

DEMING, Wash — The Nooksack Tribal Court continued with its process of evicting dozens of disenrolled members, despite a Washington state Supreme Court decision to stop. 

On Wednesday, a conference room inside the Bellingham Public Library served as a courtroom for disenrolled members of the Nooksack Indian Tribe who are fighting to keep their homes.

“I’m not understanding what’s going on when he says I’m not Native American, when he says my house isn’t Native American. My father is

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