Resolution of the Eureka county board of commissioners. Stating its support for the right to bear arms and opposition to laws which restrict the individual rights of united states citizens.
Four rural Nevada counties are balking at a new state law calling for strict new background checks, with elected lawmakers voting to join a "Second Amendment sanctuary" drive affecting sheriff's offices and statehouses in several Western U.S. states.
Lander, Lincoln, Pershing and White Pine listed as passing ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary County’ Resolution
Douglas, Elko, Lyon, Eureka, Humboldt, Lander, Lincoln, Pershing and White Pine counties had all passed similar resolutions, some using the specific wording “Second Amendment Sanctuary” while others simply expressed the county’s support for Second Amendment rights.