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Logan County, WV declared a “Second Amendment Sanctuary” by commission

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By: David Tripp
24 Jan 2020

The resolution was introduced by Roger Ramey, a veteran of the United States Air Force. Mr. Ramey spoke of his service, which began in 1971 upon graduating from Logan High School, and the oath he took to defend the U.S. Constitution.

“On June 10, 1971, there were 14 of us from Logan High School that graduated June 3. On June 10, we were in San Antonio, Texas, taking the oath to defend the Constitution of the United States of America – to defend our borders, to defend our people, to defend our way of life,” Ramey said. “To this day, this very second, no one has ever relieved me of that responsibility of that oath.”

Verification Citation/Source: Logan County Board of Commissioners
Resolution date passed: 24 Jan 2020
Vote Count: 2-0-1

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