The Cambria County commissioners passed a resolution Thursday supporting the Second Amendment.
On February 4, the Greene County, Pennsylvania Commissioners Board passed a resolution declaring the county to be a Second Amendment Sanctuary.
The SouthWest Pennsylvania County of Fayette took bold action to solidify their Second Amendment rights by passage of an Ordinance. This comes as an increased push of laws that chip away at the fundamental rights held by every citizen. These laws have primarily been proposed by the Democrat party nationwide and funded by Mike Bloomberg.
Sporting ugly Christmas sweaters, Bradford County Commissioners on Thursday declared Bradford County as a “Second Amendment Sanctuary County,” becoming the first county in the state to make the resolution
Huntingdon County passed a Second Amendment Sanctuary Resolution on January 14, 2020.
The West Manheim Township of York County community is now a Second Amendment sanctuary after a vote of 4-1.
Buffalo Township supervisors passed a Second Amendment Sanctuary Ordinance (SASO) Monday night.
White Deer Township supervisors pass a resolution in support of Constitutional rights in general and Second Amendment rights in particular.
Commissioners Preston Boop and Jeff Reber, both Republicans, voted in favor. Commissioner Stacy Richards, a Democrat, dissented.