On March 11th 2021, the Berkeley, WV County Council unanimously passed a resolution declaring Berkeley County a Second Amendment Sanctuary.
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.
The Wirt County Commission passed a resolution Friday morning declaring the county "a Second Amendment sanctuary
Commission President Blair Couch proposed, and the commission passed, a resolution saying it would uphold the constitution. It did not, however, comply with Dodrill's request for, as other counties have approved, a Second Amendment Sanctuary County designation.
The Logan County Commission passed a resolution Friday afternoon to declare the county a “Second Amendment Sanctuary,” joining Putnam County, Preston County, Fayette County and the town of Fort Gay in Wayne County, in approving such a designation.
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.
Commission President Orville Wright said "It was important that we show our support of not only the constitution, but to the veterans, the brave men and women who fought and died to protect that right”
Summers County Commission meeting on Tuesday, March 11, 2020 signed the Declaration of Oath and Reaffirmation Resolution of the People’s Bill of Rights and Constitutions of West Virginia and the United States.
The Mercer County Commission hereby decalres Mercer County, West Virginia, as a "Second Amendment Sanctuary."
The Upshur County commissioners voted unanimously, passing a resolution making the county a Second Amendment Sanctuary.