The undersigned Caddo County Sheriff hereby declares Caddo County as a "Second Amendment Sanctuary County"
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.
Osage County OK, requests commissioners to declare SAS
Joe Jane Sheriff of Kiowa County Oklahoma released to the public his designation of the county as a Sanctuary for the Second Amendment this fifteenth day of February 2020. Below is the released document.
On March 8, 2021, Washington County, Oklahoma Commissioners passed a proclamation declaring the county a Second Amendment Sanctuary.
Now officials in some Texoma counties want to get on board. Sheriff's offices in Pittsburg, McCurtain, Atoka, Bryan, Coal and Pushmataha counties have decided to be second amendment sanctuaries.
Oklahoma's Grady County Sheriff has declared their county a Second Amendment Sanctuary. Joining others in the state who have done the same.
Creek County OK, Commissioners & Sheriff Declare 'Second Amendment Sanctuary County'
Hughes County Sheriff presents Second Amendment proclamation to commissioners on March second.
Following after other area counties, Cotton County is the latest Texoma county to declare itself a Second Amendment Sanctuary County.