INDEPENDENCE, Ky. (WKRC) – There’s now what’s known as a "Second Amendment sanctuary" in the Tri-State. Kenton County leaders unanimously voted to become one Thursday night after a standing-room-only crowd showed their support and dissent. This essentially means the county opposes gun regulations. One such regulation many gun rights advocates are against is the "red flag law." That’s when guns are taken away from people deemed a threat by family or police. There are no proposals to take guns away from people who follow the law. Boone County will consider becoming a Second Amendment sanctuary next week.