Emmons County votes to become gun advocate county

Emmons County votes to become gun advocate county

Gun Rights

EMMONS COUNTY, N.D. – The Emmons County Commission voted unanimously Tuesday night to become a Second Amendment Advocate county. However, they are avoiding the phrase "Second Amendment Sanctuary," which other states have seen a rise in over the past few months. Commissioners say the move doesn’t change anything on the legal side of gun ownership, nor do they oppose current gun control legislation. But they are sending a message that they’re concerned over advancing gun control measures. Commissioner Erin Magrum, who proposed the statement said, "We made a commitment that we’re not in support of using public funds to enforce laws that we believe that are unconstitutional or an attack on our second amendment rights for our citizens.” Get the latest updates from kfyrtv.com delivered to your browser

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