Mineral County WV, now a Second Amendment Sanctuary

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The Mineral County Commission has declared the county a Second Amendment Sanctuary, vowing to oppose any new gun laws they believe violate the Constitution.

Monroe County WV, Commission votes to become second amendment sanctuary

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Monroe County joins a growing list of counties and municipalities becoming second amendment sanctuaries.

Taylor County WV, County Commissioners pass “Second Amendment Sanctuary” resolution

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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”

Putnam County WV, a ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’ county

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Putnam County officials say county residents are now free from any law that unconstitutionally restricts gun ownership, after county commissioners declared Putnam a “Second Amendment Sanctuary” on Tuesday.

Berkeley County, WV is now a Second Amendment Sanctuary

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On March 11th 2021, the Berkeley, WV County Council unanimously passed a resolution declaring Berkeley County a Second Amendment Sanctuary.

Wood County WV, approves “Constitutional Sanctuary” designation

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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.

Mercer County WV, Commissioners designate second amendment sanctuary

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The Mercer County Commission hereby decalres Mercer County, West Virginia, as a "Second Amendment Sanctuary."

Calhoun county pass ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary’

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Calhoun County commissioners voted to make their communities a Second Amendment Sanctuary

Jackson County WV, adopted Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution

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This resolution declares that Jackson County is now a Second Amendment Sanctuary county.

Town of Oceana WV, becomes a second amendment sanctuary

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Town of Oceana WV, council members voted to join the growing list of West Virginia localities to become second amendment sanctuaries.
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