Texas, On the 27th of January 2020, Atascosa County Commissioners' Court passed a Second Amendment Preservation Resolution Designating the county as a Second Amendment Safe Haven.
The Clay County Commissioners court has unanimously approved Clay County Sheriff Kenny Lemons’ request for a resolution declaring Clay County a Second Amendment Sanctuary City.
Washington County Commissioners voted unanimously today (Tuesday) in support of Second Amendment rights. Commissioners gave their approval of a resolution declaring the county a “Second Amendment Strong Hold County”....
Shelby County Texas joins a growing list of counties in Texas (41 at last count) to declare themselves Second Amendment Sanctuary Counties.
Gonzales County has officially joined the wave of cities and counties across the country declaring themselves as a “Second Amendment sanctuary.”
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.”
Cass County TX, approves declaration of support for the second amendment
Lamar County is considered a Second Amendment Supportive County as Lamar County commissioners passed Resolution No. R2019-033 during commissioners’ court Monday.
Commissioner's Court in Hutchinson County, four commissioners and the county judge unanimously approved and signed a resolution in support of the Second Amendment. The county is the first in the Texas Panhandle to make such a move.
The resolution, adopted unanimously by commissioners, supports the county’s duly-elected sheriff “in the exercise of his sound discretion, and affirms its resolve to support decisions by our Sheriff to not enforce any unconstitutional firearms restrictions against any citizen.”