I’ve had several people (ask) me why the county hasn’t done the Second Amendment (resolution) like a lot of the counties, but we actually did in 2013. I think we were the first county in West Virginia to do a resolution supporting the Second Amendment,”
By: David Tripp22 Jan 2020 Nicholas County commissioners are following suit with several other communities in supporting Second Amendment Rights. Commissioners unanimously voted in support of making Nicholas County a Second...
The Upshur County commissioners voted unanimously, passing a resolution making 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.
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.
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.
The Wirt County Commission passed a resolution Friday morning declaring the county "a Second Amendment sanctuary
Mingo County has joined the trend of counties and municipalities that have declared themselves “Second Amendment sanctuaries.”
On February 18, 2021 Jefferson County, West Virginia passed a resolution declaring their county to be a Second Amendment Sanctuary County.