Following the actions of several Texas counties, Jack County commissioners approved becoming a second amendment sanctuary county as part of the Dec. 9 regular meeting.
Sheriff Thomas Spurlock said several counties are doing this so the residents are protected by the second amendment, which includes the right to bear arms. Spurlock said many Texas residents are fearing, because of the political nature in the country right now, losing the right to bear arms.
“I’ve had quite a few (people) ask me if we were going to back the rights of the constitution,” Spurlock told the court. “I am sworn by law to protect both the U.S. and State Constitution.”
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