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.”
The Board of Carroll County Commissioners voted unanimously earlier this week to pass a resolution stating that Carroll County is a "Second Amendment Sanctuary County".
And in 2013 in Maryland, Carroll, Cecil and Harford counties have passed laws nullifying the state’s ban on 45 different rifles and clips holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition. The Maryland law also requires doctors to report patients they don’t believe should own a firearm.
Several citizens spoke in support of Cecil County Councilman Alan McCarthy's resolution opposing the state's recently passed gun law Tuesday night, shortly before the county council voted 4-0 to adopt it with amendments.