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.
it is the desire of the Humboldt County Board of Commission to declare its support of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution and to the provisions of the Nevada Constitution which protect Humboldt County’s Citizens preexisting inalienable and individual right to keep and bear arms.
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.
We need to make bus trips down there full of people that see what's happening to our constitutional rights and are able to explain it to our brethren down Las Vegas and those in Washoe.
Elko County Nevada County Commissioners pass Second Amendment Sanctuary Resolution
Opposing the enactment of any legislation that would infringe upon the right of the people to keep and bear arms
Lyon County Board of County Commissioners opposes the enactment of any legislation, state or federal, that would unconstitutionally infringe upon the lawful rights of residents
Lander County Board of Commissioners oppose the enactment of any legislation, state or federal, that would unconstitutionally infringe upon the lawful rights of residents to keep and bear arms