The Fiscal Court of Calloway County, Kentucky hereby declares its intent to reaffirm our oaths individually and collectively to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America and the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Kentucky
The Marshall County Fiscal Court has approved a resolution in support of the Second Amendment.
A resolution reaffirming Lyon County's commitment to upholding the rights granted by the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.
Fiscal Court had a packed courtroom tonight for the presentation, and unanimous approval, of the Second Amendment Sanctuary County Resolution. Thanks to all speakers who spoke for, and against the resolution.
Nicholas County is now a ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary County’; magistrates voted to approve the Second Amendment resolution during the special called meeting on Friday night.
Perry County officials voted on the Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution on Tuesday.
A resolution affirming Livingston County's commitment to Supporting the rights granted by the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States
Many Madison Countians cheered and shook the hands of members of the Madison County Fiscal Court after they declared themselves a Second Amendment Sanctuary county, making them the 48th county in the commonwealth to do so.
Metcalfe County is now a Second Amendment sanctuary county. The Metcalfe County Fiscal Court adopted a resolution Tuesday making the designation
Jackson County is one of the latest Kentucky counties to adopt a resolution to declare the county as a “Second Amendment Sanctuary County”.