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Allegheny County MD, declared “Second Amendment Sanctuary”


By: David Tripp
27 Feb 2020

Allegheny County Maryland, county commissioners pass unanimously a resolution declaring the county a “Second Amendment Sanctuary”. Commission President Jake Shade said the resolution stands against, “any bill containing language that could be interpreted as infringing on the Second Amendment right on the citizens of Allegany County’s rights to keep and bear arms.”

Verification Citation/Source: Allegany County Board of County Commissioners
Resolution date passed: 27 Feb 2020
Vote Count: Unanimous

At 19:08 the Resolution 20-3 ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary’ was brought before the board
At 25:45 the Resolution was first & seconded brought to vote Unanimous
At 25:49 the Resolution 20-3 was read out loud and passed


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