Pendleton County Commission unanimously voted to sign a resolution making the area a 'Constitutional County', After being approached about becoming a second amendment sanctuary the commissioners decided that there might be a few more amendments that could use some help. The decided to go the route of standing up for the constitution as a whole and the bill of rights.
On the 25th of February the Marshall County Board passed a resolution that pledged to defend Constitutional Rights and the Right to bear Arms, the resolution further stated it designated the county as a 'Sanctuary' for such rights.
Harrison County WV, joins 'Second Amendment sanctuary' movement
The Raleigh County Commission has voted unanimously to pass a second amendment resolution.
There were few seats remaining as the Tucker County Commission President Lowell Moore called the meeting to order. With such a large crowd present for specific agenda items, Moore went slightly out of order to allow the audience the option to leave after the main topic of the Second Amendment was discussed. Reverend Kevin Keplinger asked for the blessing over the meeting followed by The Pledge of Allegiance.
Lincoln County Commission President Josh Stowers and Commissioner Phoebe Harless have this evening approved a resolution declaring Lincoln County a Second Amendment Sanctuary. The 2-0 vote was welcomed with warm applause by the dozen or so Second Amendment protection advocates present for the regular session.
Town of Oceana WV, council members voted to join the growing list of West Virginia localities to become second amendment sanctuaries.
The Keyser City Council passed a resolution Wednesday taking a stand for their citizens’ gun rights.
This resolution declares that Jackson County is now a Second Amendment Sanctuary county.
The Mercer County Commission hereby decalres Mercer County, West Virginia, as a "Second Amendment Sanctuary."