Wood County TX, Declares Second Amendment Sanctuary

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WHEREFORE it is Ordered, Adjudged and Decreed that the Resolution to Declare Wood County a Second Amendment Sanctuary County is Hereby Approved.

Cooke County TX, passes Second Amendment resolution

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Commissioners in Cooke County TX, unanimously approved a resolution put forth by Leon Klement, encouraging the state legislature to protect Second Amendment rights.

Grimes Co. TX, Gun Sanctuary County designation protects victims

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The Resolution recognizes its residents’ right to bear arms and states its intent “to protect victims rather than the criminal from any prosecution of defending an individuals’ rights and property,” and that “citizens should be able to maintain the right to keep and bear arms without fear of judicial retaliation.”

Van Zandt County TX, declares Second Amendment Safe Haven

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Through their duly elected Commissioners Court, Judge and Sheriff, hereby designate Van Zandt County a Second Amendment Safe Haven

Denton County TX, passes resolution in support of all amendments

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Denton County TX Commissioners Court, Sheriff Tracy Murphree offered a resolution that declared the county’s support for the U.S. Constitution and all its amendments, not just the Second.

Ellis County TX, Becomes Second Amendment Sanctuary

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the Ellis County Commissioners Court unanimously voted 4-0 to approve a resolution protecting citizens’ “inalienable and individual right” to keep and bear arms and affirming support for their sheriff in protecting that right.
Picture of a mother holding an ultrasound while father hugs mother- text reads: Sanctuary for the Unborn

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.

Gonzales Co. TX declared Second Amendment sanctuary

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Gonzales County has officially joined the wave of cities and counties across the country declaring themselves as a “Second Amendment sanctuary.”

Rains County Texas protects and defends the constitution.

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Rains County Texas passes constitutional right to keep and bear arms resolution

Howard Co. TX, declares its support for the second amendment.

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Howard Co. TX, declares its support for the second amendment through passage of resolution. A vote was taken and the members of the Court unanimously voted "AYES". Motion carried.
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