Following a brief question and answer session, Smith made a motion to pass the measure, with District 1 Commissioner Charlie Rogers and District 3 Commissioner Ross Selman making it unanimous for the county to be a "Constitutional Rights Protection County".
Hughes County Sheriff presents Second Amendment proclamation to commissioners on March second.
Declaration to all Citizens of Pottawatomie County, 2nd Amendment Sanctuary County.
Sheriff Scott Walton shared a letter on social media addressed to community that said: ”As of today’s date, I am joining other members of the Oklahoma law enforcement community, in declaring Rogers County a ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary.’
According to the declaration, " the rights and liberties of law-abiding citizens to keep and bear arms using such legal means as may be expedient,". The Caddo County Sheriff Spencer Davis reaffirmed his pledge.
Oklahoma's Grady County Sheriff has declared their county a Second Amendment Sanctuary. Joining others in the state who have done the same.
County Sheriff Chris Bryant's declaration on February the 24th to establish Carter County as a Second Amendment sanctuary and was approved by the Carter County commissioners.
The undersigned Caddo County Sheriff hereby declares Caddo County as a "Second Amendment Sanctuary County"