Franklin County joined nearly 100 localities in becoming Virginia’s latest Second Amendment sanctuary on Tuesday. Supervisors passed the resolution in front of more than 300 gun rights’ supporters at its monthly meeting.
Nearly 800 citizens erupted in applause as the board of supervisors unanimously passed a motion changing its resolution to become a Second Amendment “supportive” county to a “sanctuary” county.
After declining to pass a Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution 4-3, the Montgomery County Virginia Board took up a resolution to reaffirm its support and commitment for the second amendment which passed 4-3.
There’s been a lot of movement across the State to declare “sanctuary” counties and cities. Senator Carrico noted that he’s speaking to try and give some insight on the matter and convince Grayson County that this would be a good thing.
Supervisor Bacon made the motion, seconded by Supervisor Hoover and, on a roll call vote the supervisors unanimously approved the motion to declare Lunenburg County a “Second Amendment Sanctuary County”
WHEREAS, the Board is concerned that introduced legislation for the 2020 Virginia General Assembly, if passed, will infringe upon rights guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article 1, 8 13 of the Virginia Constitution;
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