Sierra County New Mexico, The majority of New Mexico counties declaring themselves as a "Second Amendment Sanctuary County" is still growing.
RESOLUTION 2019-8 DECLARING COLFAX COUNTY TO BE A SECOND AMENDMENT SANCTUARY COUNTY
People for and against the resolution packed the commission chambers and the rotunda in the Chaves County Administrative Center. Commission Chair Will Cavin later said he did not have an exact number, but said someone estimated about 750 people were at the meeting.
Three New Mexico counties have passed resolutions to become ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary Counties’, protesting recent gun control legislation made by the state.
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.
The resolution declares Mora New Mexico to be a "Second Amendment sanctuary county," as the state government inches closer to passing gun control legislation. About a hundred people turned out for the special meeting, with many forced to stand.
The Otero County Commission voted unanimously Monday at a special Otero County Commission meeting to declare Otero County a "Second Amendment Sanctuary County."
Torrance declares to be 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.
Seth Martin introduced resolution #2019-15, explaining the regulations that are being proposed will not address criminal actions, instead, it will impose unjust regulations on law abiding citizens.