Monroe County Commission votes to become second amendment sanctuary

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UNION, WV (WVNS) — Monroe County joins a growing list of counties and municipalities becoming second amendment sanctuaries.

At a meeting on February 5, 2020, commissioners voted unanimously to adopt a resolution declaring Monroe County a Second Amendment Sanctuary. The resolution states the county commission is committed to protecting and preserving all constitutional rights guaranteed to the citizens of Monroe County.

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