Sanctuary Counties News

Lynchburg City Council will hold a public hearing tonight about whether to become a Second Amendment Sanctuary. The city’s proposed resolution says it will uphold the Second Amendment rights of citizens, and public funds will not be used to restrict those rights. The public hearing starts at 7:30 p.m. at E. C. Glass High School’s auditorium. So far, 99 cities and counties across Virginia have approved similar resolutions.

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