Lipscomb County, TX approves resolution in support of Second Amendment

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On February 25, 2021, the Lipscomb County Texas Commissioners Court approved a resolution in support of the Second Amendment.
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Goldsmith, Texas becomes 19th Sanctuary City for the Unborn

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On February 10, 2021 the Goldsmith City Council unanimously approved a Sanctuary City for the Unborn Ordinance.

Llano County, Texas is now a Second Amendment Sanctuary

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On March 22, 2021 the Commissioners of Llano County, Texas passed a resolution declaring Llano County a Second Amendment Sanctuary.

Hood County is a Sanctuary County for All Businesses

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On June 9th, 2020, the Hood County Texas Commissioners Court passed a Sanctuary County for All Businesses resolution.

Calhoun County TX, Commissioners approve county as a Second Amendment Sanctuary

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Calhoun County has become a Second Amendment Sanctuary county following approval by the Calhoun County Commissioners’ Court during its meeting on Jan. 29.

Presidio Co. TX, Declares Itself “Second Amendment Sanctuary”

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The Presidio County commissioners court voted to declare the county a gun rights sanctuary.

Jackson Co. TX, officiates resolution to become “2nd Amendment Sanctuary County”

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Jackson County TX, officially becomes the first second amendment sanctuary county in the Crossroads. The resolution, stating it is intending to fully protect the second amendment, the right to bear arms.

Dallam County TX, a Second Amendment Safe Haven

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Dallam County is now a Second Amendment Safe Haven County following a resolution passed by the commissioners in their meeting Monday morning.
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Waskom, Texas is a Sanctuary City for the Unborn

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On June 11, 2019, Waskom, became the first city in Texas to declare itself to be a Sanctuary for the Unborn.

Hopkins Co. TX, Commissioners Court Passes Resolution Declaring an ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary’

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Hopkins County Commissioners Court passed a resolution last week resolving Hopkins County as a Second Amendment sanctuary. A growing number of counties in Texas have adopted similar resolutions
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