WHEREFORE it is Ordered, Adjudged and Decreed that the Resolution to Declare Wood County a Second Amendment Sanctuary County is Hereby Approved.
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
Freestone County has become the 38th county in the state to declare for Second Amendment sanctuary status, with the resolution to become a sanctuary county passed by Freestone County commissioners during the court’s open meeting Dec. 18.
Angelina County commissioners have approved a resolution to become a ‘sanctuary county’ for Second Amendment gun rights.
The commissioners’ courts in Navarro, Brown, Coleman, McCulloch, and Titus counties all unanimously voted in favor of a resolution to become Second Amendment “sanctuaries” on Monday.
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.”
Motion made by Burns seconded by White and unanimously adopted by the Court to adopt a resolution reaffirming our support for the United States Constitution.
Callahan County is now a Second Amendment Sanctuary County. Commissioners voted unanimously at Monday's meeting.
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.
Kaufman County Commissioner Terry Barber presented a Kaufman County Republican Party resolution to make Kaufman County, Texas a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary. Commissioner Barber read the resolution before the Commissioners court and it was voted on.