Consideration of Lea County Resolution No. 19-FEB-061R a Resolution Declaring Lea County as a Second Amendment Sanctuary County. (Vice Chair, Dean Jackson, Commissioner, Distri 1)
A historic section of Route 66 runs through western New Mexico’s Cibola County. That’s been this county’s claim to fame for nearly a century.
McKinley County NM, Board of Commissioners approves resolution to declare County a Second Amendment...
The crowd filled the third floor meeting room of the McKinley County Courthouse on Wednesday to capacity, pouring out into the lobby and first floor rotunda.
Harding County passed their resolution earlier today! This takes us to 20 counties standing up for the rights of their residents!
Sierra County New Mexico, The majority of New Mexico counties declaring themselves as a "Second Amendment Sanctuary County" is still growing.
Rio Arriba County, one of New Mexico’s most Democratic counties by voter registration, on Tuesday joined a fast-spreading movement and declared itself a “Second Amendment sanctuary county.”
Another New Mexico county has "flipped the bird" to the state legislature by declaring itself a "Second Amendment Sanctuary County".
Torrance declares to be a second amendment sanctuary county
The Otero County Commission voted unanimously Monday at a special Otero County Commission meeting to declare Otero County a "Second Amendment Sanctuary County."
The Luna County Commissioners met in special session Friday afternoon and voted to declare Luna County as a Second Amendment Sanctuary County.