On June 9th, 2020, the Hood County Texas Commissioners Court passed a Sanctuary County for All Businesses resolution.
On March 22, 2021 the Commissioners of Llano County, Texas passed a resolution declaring Llano County a Second Amendment Sanctuary.
The Bowie County Commissioners Court voted to approve a resolution in support of "individual second amendment rights".
On June 17, 2021, Gov. Greg Abbott signed HB 2622, the "Second Amendment Sanctuary State Act," making Texas the 15th 2A Sanctuary State.
Texas Counties Passing Pro-Second Amendment Resolutions Surpasses 50, Some Avoiding “Sanctuary” Language
Over fifty commissioners courts in the state of Texas have passed similar resolutions, with the majority declaring themselves to be “Second Amendment sanctuaries.”
Anderson County Commissioners took the action to preserve the right of Anderson County residents to keep and bear arms, as provided by the Second Amendment. Declaring itself a Second Amendment Sanctuary monday 24th of Feb 2020.
Standing together and raising their right hands, seven attendees to Victoria County commissioners court on Monday recited an oath, promising to defend the U.S. Constitution.
Sterling County, TX Passes Second Amendment Sanctuary County Resolution