Tribes, Facing Drug Woes, Banish Troublemakers

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Drug addiction and crime are prevalent among 2,000 Lummi Indians in Washington State, says the New York Times. The Lummi tribe has turned to the bygone punishment of banishment, seeking to bar five young men in jail and another recently released. It evicted the 48-year-old matriarch of one clan because her son, a drug dealer,
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