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.
Several were in attendance at the January 9th Fiscal Court meeting in support of a resolution making Hart County a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary County. The resolution passed unanimously.
At the March 10, 2019 regular meeting of the Woodford County Fiscal Court, Judge/Executive James Kay announced that he had signed, with the approval of the magistrates, a proclamation
Clark County has become the latest Second Amendment sanctuary in Kentucky.
The Fiscal Court also approved a resolution declaring McCreary County a Second Amendment Sanctuary County, meaning they oppose any laws that would restrict gun-rights for the citizens.
Henderson County joins other Kentucky counties in passing resolutions to support 2nd Amendment rights except their resolution covers the entire constitution.
The Magistrates of Breckinridge County Kentucky unanimously pass the proposed Second Amendment Sanctuary Resolution
A resolution reaffirming Lyon County's commitment to upholding the rights granted by the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.
I was able to reach out to the Fiscal Court in Washington Counties Court Clerk Teresa Marrinan and she was kind enough to send sanctuarycounties.com a copy of the signed resolution. This was one of the missing resolutions for the state of Kentucky we had been trying to get confirmation on. Now we have it!