A large crowd, most of whom was affiliated with Kentucky United, filled the meeting room, with some standing in the back and some arriving just after the meeting began. The court unanimously approved a resolution affirming its support for the Second Amendment, and many of those in attendance thanked the court and clapped in approval.
Nearly 200 people filled the Whitley County Fiscal Courtroom on Tuesday evening in support of one item on the court’s agenda, the resolution to make Whitley County a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary County.
Floyd County joined the growing list of counties in Kentucky declaring themselves as a “Second Amendment Sanctuary.”
I’m proud of the citizens within the 47th district who took a stand to ensure their voices were heard
“Congratulations to Trimble & Oldham County for also passing the Second Amendment resolution today! Henry, Carroll, Gallatin and Trimble Counties are all set! I’m proud of the citizens within the 47th district who took a stand to ensure their voices were heard
Montgomery County Fiscal Court wishes to express its intent to stand for our Second Amendment rights and to oppose, within the limits of the Constitution of the United States and the Commonwealth of Kentucky, any efforts to unconstitutionally restrict such rights.
Bullitt County Fiscal Court passed a resolution stating itself as a "Second Amendment Sanctuary" joining many other counties in the region in solidarity.