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  1. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: ENTIRE STATE 24 county sheriffs out of 39 counties and the police chief of 1 city have vowed to not enforce parts or all of the 2018 gun control ballot measure I-1639 while it is being challenged in court: Adams Benton Chelan Columbia Cowlitz Douglas Ferry (plus Republic City) Franklin Garfield Grant Grays Harbor Kittitas Klickitat Lewis Lincoln Mason Okanogan Pacific Pend Oreille Skamania Spokane Stevens Wahkiakum Yakima
  2. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 1 out of 72 counties and 1 city have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Florence Merrill City
  3. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 1 out of 55 counties and 1 town have adopted a Second Amendment sanctuary resolution: Fort Gay Town Putnam
  4. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 91 out of 95 counties, 15 out of 38 independent cities, and 33 towns have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Accomack (plus Chincoteague Town and Parksley Town) Alleghany (plus Clifton Forge Town) Amelia Amherst Appomattox Augusta Bath Bedford (plus Bedford Town) Bland Botetourt Bristol City Brunswick Buchanan Buckingham Buena Vista City Campbell (plus Altavista Town) Caroline (plus Bowling Green Town) Carroll Charlotte Charles City County Chesapeake City Chesterfield Clarke (plus Berryville Town) Colonial Heights City Covington City Craig Culpeper (plus Culpeper Town) Cumberland Dickenson Dinwiddie Essex (plus Tappahannock Town) Fauquier Floyd Fluvanna Franklin City Franklin County (plus Rocky Mount Town) Frederick Galax City Giles Gloucester Goochland Grayson Greene Greensville Halifax Hanover Henrico Henry Highland Hopewell City Isle of Wight James City County King and Queen King George King William Lancaster (plus White Stone Town) Lee Louisa (plus Mineral Town) Lunenburg Madison Martinsville City Mathews Mecklenburg Middlesex Montgomery Nelson New Kent Northampton (plus Exmore Town) Northumberland Norton City Nottoway (plus Blackstone Town and Crewe Town) Orange Page (plus Stanley Town) Patrick Pittsylvania Poquoson City Portsmouth City Powhatan Prince Edward Prince George Prince William Pulaski (plus Pulaski Town) Rappahannock Richmond County (plus Warsaw Town) Roanoke County (plus Vinton Town) Rockbridge Rockingham (plus Elkton Town and Grottoes Town) Russell Salem City Scott Shenandoah (plus Mount Jackson, New Market Town, and Strasburg Town) Smyth (plus Chilhowie Town and Saltville Town) Southampton Spotsylvania Stafford Suffolk City Surry (plus Claremont Town) Sussex Tazewell (plus Bluefield Town and Cedar Bluff Town) Virginia Beach City Warren Washington Westmoreland Wise (plus Appalachia Town,Big Stone Gap Town, and Wise Town) Wythe (plus Rural Retreat Town) York On December 19, 2019, at the request of Del. Jerrauld C. Jones (D-Norfolk), state Attorney General Mark Herring issued an advisory opinion indicating the sanctuary resolutions were null and void. A press release quoted him as saying: “When the General Assembly passes new gun safety laws they will be enforced, and they will be followed. These resolutions have no legal force, and they're just part of an effort by the gun lobby to stoke fear”. Del. Todd Gilbert (R-Shenandoah) claimed that Herring's recent opinion contradicted his 2014 stance "regarding the supremacy of state law over the preferences of the officials who must enforce them". Gilbert was referring to Herring's refusal to defend Virginia's Marshall-Newman Amendment, a voter-approved constitutional provision that prohibited same-sex marriages.
  5. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 54 out of 254 counties, 1 city, and 1 town have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Brown Callahan Cherokee Chester Town Coleman Collin Coryell Denton Eastland Edwards Ellis Erath Fannin Freestone Gonzales Grimes Hood Hopkins Howard (plus Big Spring City) Hudspeth Hunt Hutchinson Jack Jackson Johnson Kaufman Kinney Knox Lamar Lavaca Leon Madison McCulloch Mitchell Montgomery Navarro Nolan Palo Pinto Panola Parker Presidio Rockwall Shackelford Shelby Smith Stephens Throckmorton Titus Upshur Van Zandt Walker Waller Wise Wood Young
  6. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 16 out of 95 counties and 1 town have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Blount Carter Claiborne Cocke Dyer Fayette Greene Jefferson (plus Dandridge Town) Loudon Madison Monroe Polk Roane Sevier Sullivan Unicoi
  7. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 10 out of 31 towns and 0 out of 8 cities have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions; while Rhode Island has 5 counties, there is no local government at that level. Burrillville Coventry Foster Glocester Hopkinton Richmond Scituate Tiverton West Greenwich West Warwick
  8. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 1 out of 67 counties have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Bradford
  9. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 14 out of 36 counties have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Baker Columbia Coos Curry Douglas Grant Josephine Klamath Lake Linn Umatilla Union Wallowa Wheeler
  10. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 3 out of 88 counties and 1 township have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Clermont Jackson Township (Perry County) Meigs Scioto
  11. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 12 out of 100 counties have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Beaufort Cherokee Cleveland Davidson Lincoln McDowell Pitt Rowan Rutherford Stokes Surry Wilkes
  12. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: The SAFE Act was passed in 2013. After passage, New York counties started passing resolutions opposing the SAFE Act. There are currently 52 out of 62 counties with such resolutions. The New York State Sheriffs Association sued to block the law. 1 out of 62 counties and 1 town have adopted resolutions against some gun control: Grand Island Town Wyoming
  13. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 26 out of 33 counties, 6 cities, and 1 town have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions; Taos initially passed a resolution but later repealed it. 30 out of 33 county sheriffs have signed a letter by the New Mexico Sheriffs Association vowing to not assist in enforcing certain gun control. Catron Chaves (plus Roswell City) Cibola Colfax Curry De Baca Eddy (plus Carlsbad City) Grant Harding Hidalgo Lea Lincoln Luna McKinley Mora Otero (plus Alamogordo City) Quay Rio Arriba (plus Española City) Roosevelt San Juan (plus Bloomfield City, Farmington City, and Kirtland Town) Sandoval Sierra Socorro Torrance Union Valencia
  14. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 1 out of 21 counties, 4 townships, and 3 boroughs have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Alloway Township Cape May Downe Township Franklin Borough Hamburg Borough Maurice River Township Sussex Borough West Milford Township
  15. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 10 out of 16 counties have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions. All 17 sheriffs in Nevada (16 county and 1 Carson City) and have signed a letter expressing their support for the Second Amendment. Douglas Elko Eureka Humboldt Lander Lincoln Lyon Nye Pershing White Pine
  16. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 3 out of 23 counties have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Carroll Cecil Harford
  17. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 0 out of 16 counties and 1 town have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Paris Town
  18. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 44 out of 120 counties and 2 cities have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Adair Allen Bell (plus Pineville City) Boone Boyd Boyle Bracken Breathitt Butler Caldwell Campbell Carter Cumberland Estill Graves Greenup Hancock Harlan Henderson Hopkins Johnson Knott Kenton LaRue Lawrence Lee Leslie Letcher Lewis Lincoln Magoffin Mason Menifee Monroe Pendleton Pike Powell Pulaski Scott Shepherdsville City Taylor Trigg Warren Wayne Webster
  19. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 1 out of 92 counties have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Jennings
  20. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 67 out of 102 counties, 2 cities, and 3 townships have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Adams Bond Boone Brown Bureau Calhoun Christian Clark Clay Clinton Coles Crawford Cumberland Douglas Edgar Edwards Effingham Farmer City Fayette Ford Franklin Gallatin Greene Hamilton Hancock Hardin Henderson Henry Iroquois Jasper Jefferson Jersey Johnson LaSalle Lawrence Livingston Logan Macon Macoupin Madison Marion Massac McDonough Mercer Monroe Montgomery (plus Hillsboro City) Moultrie Morgan O'Fallon Township Ogle Perry Piatt Pike Plainfield Township Pope Pulaski Randolph Richland Saline Schuyler Shelby St. Clair Township Stark Tazewell Union Wabash Washington Wayne White Williamson Woodford
  21. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 1 out of 159 counties have adopted a Second Amendment sanctuary resolution: Habersham
  22. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 23 out of 67 counties, 1 city, and 1 town have adopted a Second Amendment sanctuary resolution: Bradford Calhoun Citrus Clay Dixie Gilchrist Hendry Hernando Jackson Lafayette Lake Levy (plus Bronson Town) Madison Marion Newberry City Okaloosa Okeechobee Polk Santa Rosa Suwannee Taylor Union Wakulla Walton
  23. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 38 out of 64 counties, 3 cities, and 3 towns have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Alamosa Archuleta Baca Bent Cheyenne Commerce City Conejos Crowley Custer (plus Silver Cliff Town) Delta Dolores Douglas El Paso (plus Monument Town) Elbert Fremont (plus Cañon City) Garfield Huerfano Jackson Kiowa Kit Carson Las Animas Lincoln Logan Mesa Mineral Moffat (plus Craig City) Montezuma Montrose Morgan Otero Park Phillips Prowers Rio Blanco Rio Grande Sedgwick Teller Washington Weld (plus Milliken Town)
  24. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 0 out of 58 counties and 1 city have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Needles City
  25. Second Amendment sanctuary, also known as a gun sanctuary, refers to states, counties, or localities in the United States that have adopted laws or resolutions to prohibit or impede the enforcement of certain gun control measures perceived as violative of the Second Amendment such as universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws, etc. States and counties that have passed Second Amendment sanctuary laws or resolutions as of January 19, 2020: 1 out of 15 counties have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions: Mohave
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