KNOX COUNTY, KY — On Wednesday, Knox County became the second county in the Tri-County to become a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary County. The Knox County Fiscal Court passed a resolution during its regularly scheduled meeting making Knox County one of 40+ counties to pass a similar 2nd Amendment resolution.
Clark County has become the latest Second Amendment sanctuary in Kentucky.
Nicholas County Fiscal court special called meeting Jan 24,2020. Second Amendment Resolution was brought before the Fiscal Court.
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!
Mason Fiscal Court passed Resolution 20-01 affirming commitment to support the rights granted by the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, including but not limited to, the lawful right of the citizens of Mason County to keep and bear arms.
Sounds of applause, “amen” and “thank you” rang throughout the Barren County Government Center Tuesday as magistrates of the Barren County Fiscal Court passed a resolution voicing their support for the Second Amendment.
With no discussion and a unanimous vote, Jessamine County officials approved a resolution making the county a Second Amendment sanctuary Tuesday.
Counties across the commonwealth have joined in the movement to create 2nd Amendment sanctuaries, and now Kentucky cities and towns are joining in, including one right here in Lincoln County.
In their regular meeting on Thursday morning, magistrates unanimously approved the resolution. Laurel County Judge David Westerfield said the resolution was exactly the same as the wording used by other counties - which include adjoining counties Whitley and Knox.
The passage of the resolution comes after several counties across the state have adopted similar declarations. Metcalfe County most recently heard from its citizens at a Jan. 14 meeting of the fiscal court. However, the court tabled discussion so an updated resolution could be drafted