Grant County joined 10 other New Mexico counties with a resolution declaring the county a Second Amendment “sanctuary county” and recognizing a possible constitutional conflict.
Resolution 2019-30 In Support of the Second Amendment to the US Constitution Approved 5-0
Torrance declares to be a second amendment sanctuary county
Quay County declares itself a Second Amendment Sanctuary 11 Feb 2019 Unanimously.
Lincoln County Board of Commissioners hereby supports and requests the legislature of the state of New Mexico adopt and enact any and all measures as may be nessesary to reject and nullify the enforcement of any federal acts
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)
The Luna County Commissioners met in special session Friday afternoon and voted to declare Luna County as a Second Amendment Sanctuary County.
After hearing remarks by over 30 locals the Valencia board of Commissioners passed Resolution 2019-12 Declaring the county a Second Amendment Sanctuary with a vote of 3-1-1.
Sierra County New Mexico, The majority of New Mexico counties declaring themselves as a "Second Amendment Sanctuary County" is still growing.