Calvert County MD, a Second Amendment Constitutional (Sanctuary) County

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Oppose unconstitutional restrictions on the right of the citizens of Calvert County to keep and bear arms through such legal means as may be expedient.

Somerset County, MD proclaimed a Second Amendment Sanctuary

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On March 4, 2021, Somerset County of Maryland was proclaimed a Second Amendment Sanctuary by its County Sheriff.

Worcester County, Maryland is a Sanctuary for the Constitution and Bill of Rights

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On May 4, 2021, Worcester County, Maryland Commissioners declared the county a Constitution and Bill of Rights Sanctuary.

Garrett Co. MD becomes a Second Amendment Preservation County

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On August 3, 2020 the Garrett County, Maryland Board of County Supervisors passed a Second Amendment Preservation Resolution.

Wicomico County, MD declared a Second Amendment Sanctuary

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On March 2, 2021, the Wicomico County Sheriff declared Wicomico County as a Second Amendment Sanctuary County.

St. Mary’s County MD, designated second amendment sanctuary

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It did not take long for the matter of the Second Amendment Resolution to pass through the county commissioners in the April 28th meeting and passed unanimously.

Carroll Co. MD, Commissioners Declare County a ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary’

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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".

Cecil County MD, Council rejects state gun law in resolution

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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.

Caroline County, MD passed a resolution opposing the Maryland Firearms Safety Act

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On June 11, 2013 Caroline County, Maryland passed a resolution opposing the Maryland Firearms Safety Act of 2013.

Harford Co. MD, Second Amendment sanctuary? Yes they are!

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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.
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