By: David Tripp
7 Feb 2013
“I’ve had several people (ask) me why the county hasn’t done the Second Amendment (resolution) like a lot of the counties, but we actually did in 2013. I think we were the first county in West Virginia to do a resolution supporting the Second Amendment,” said Commissioner Chris See, who was president of the commission at the time the resolution was passed. “I’d just like to get that out there because it was a long time ago.”
Verification Citation/Source: Randolph County Board of Commissioners
Resolution date passed: 7 Feb 2013
“The right of the people to Keep and Bear Arms for defense of Life, Liberty and Property is regarded as an inalienable Right by the People of Randolph County, West Virginia,” the resolution states.
“The people of Randolph County, West Virginia derive economic benefit from all safe forms of firearms recreation, hunting and shooting conducted within Randolph County using all types of firearms allowable under the United States Constitution and the Constitution of the State of West Virginia.”