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.”

Rockwall County TX, reaffirm oath to defend the Second Amendment and Constitution

e Rockwall County Commissioners Court hereby reaffirm our sacred oath to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States and the State of Texas

Lamar County, TX: ‘Second Amendment Supportive County’

Lamar County is considered a Second Amendment Supportive County as Lamar County commissioners passed Resolution No. R2019-033 during commissioners’ court Monday.

Atascosa Co. TX, passes second amendment resolution declaring safe haven.

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.

Hood Co. TX, Declares Itself ‘2nd Amendment Sanctuary’

Officials in Hood County passed a resolution Tuesday to declare the county a "Second Amendment Sanctuary."

Wise County TX, passes reaffirmation of support for US Constitution

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.

Llano County, Texas is now a Second Amendment Sanctuary

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

Marion County TX, becomes Second Amendment ‘Sanctuary County’

Marion County has been declared a Second Amendment “Sanctuary County,” taking a stand against unconstitutional gun laws.

Palo Pinto, and Stephens Counties, TX, Become “Second Amendment Sanctuaries”

With Kaufman, Palo Pinto, and Stephens counties passing resolutions to become "Second Amendment sanctuaries," the total number of such counties in Texas grows to eleven.

Madison Co. TX, County joins others as ‘gun sanctuary’

Madison County joined a growing list of Texas counties Monday as a “second amendment sanctuary,” a measure designed to ward off any gun control efforts.
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