Roosevelt County New Mexico county has just declared itself a "Second Amendment Sanctuary County".
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.
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.
"Flipping the bird at Santa Fe" continues as another New Mexico County has declared itself a "Second Amendment Sanctuary County".
The Sandoval County Commission voted 4-1 to make the county the 12th in the state to take that designation, in protest of several gun-control bills in the Legislature.
News of another county in New Mexico that voted to declare itself a "Second Amendment Sanctuary County" came to my attention. This time its Hildalgo County.
San Juan, Eddy and Lincoln counties have all taken up resolutions to become Second Amendment Sanctuary Counties in response to firearms legislation making way through the state legislature.
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.
Resolution 2019-30 In Support of the Second Amendment to the US Constitution Approved 5-0