Mel Sheldon, chairman of Tulalip tribes, speaks at a rally in Washington D.C. last month as tribal leaders gathered to urge Congress to uphold treaty rights and reject permits for a shipping terminal in the Lummi tribe’s fishing waters.
Mel Sheldon, chairman of Tulalip tribes, speaks at a rally in Washington D.C. last month as tribal leaders gathered to urge Congress to uphold treaty rights and reject permits for a shipping terminal in the Lummi tribe’s fishing waters. Ken Cedeno McClatchy
Mel Sheldon, chairman of Tulalip tribes, speaks at a rally in Washington D.C. last month as tribal leaders gathered to urge Congress to uphold treaty rights and reject permits for a shipping terminal in the Lummi tribe’s fishing waters. Ken Cedeno McClatchy

Northwest tribes fear corporate interests trump treaty rights

December 03, 2015 05:40 PM