Backtracking on an earlier decision to not vote on a Second Amendment-related resolution, Waynesboro City Council on Monday unanimously approved a resolution that declares the city a "Constitutional City."
As more and more counties vote to become Second Amendment sanctuaries, we’ve compiled a list to help you keep track.
The town of Parksley voted 5-1 to become a 2nd amendment sanctuary city at Monday night’s Town Council meeting.
Chesterfield County’s Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to put on record their support for the Second Amendment.
Communities across the Commonwealth have spent weeks discussing gun rights and deciding whether to become Second Amendment Sanctuaries.
Highland County has become the latest 2nd Amendment Sanctuary County in Virginia, with the Board of Supervisors voting to adopt their version of the resolution on January 8, 2020.
The undersigned Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Essex, Virginia hereby certifies that the Resolution set forth above was duly adopted during an open meeting on January 7, 2020, by a majority of the members of the Board of Supervisors
the five-member Clarke County Board unanimously passed a resolution that expresses its intent to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Fauquier County Board of Supervisors Chairman Christopher Butler read the resolution before it was voted on. It says, “The Fauquier County Board of Supervisors will urge it’s entire legislative delegation to oppose legislation that infringes upon the fundamental right to keep and bear arms and will continue to fight such legislation”
Check out the latest Second Amendment Sanctuary map update for Virginia. 87 counties, 11 cities, 18 towns.