Second amendment group proposes Noble County become gun sanctuary

Second amendment group proposes Noble County become gun sanctuary

Gun Rights

A new movement is sweeping the country – where communities oppose new gun restriction laws by becoming gun sanctuaries. It’s called the Second Amendment Sanctuary Movement. A group in Noble county wants to join. The Noble County Indiana Second Amendment United Sanctuary Movement has presented a resolution to Noble County’s commissioners that they hope will be passed as a declaration of the county’s sanctuary status. The group started about a month ago as an affiliate of Indiana 2A United. The goal is stop future gun laws from infringing on constitutional rights. The Indiana legislature’s proposed measures such as expand background checks, limit magazine size, or limit monthly purchases fill them with great concern. “If we lose our second amendment then what’s going to stop them from taking all the other amendments from us like our right to free speech,” said Scott Peters, the leader of the Noble County Second Amendment Sanctuary Movement. Peters made a presentation to the Noble County commissioners, asking them to pass a resolution that declares their county as a safe-zone from future gun restriction laws. Noble County Sheriff Max Weber is also involved with the resolution, to make sure it’s constitutionally sound and doesn’t stop law enforcement from being able to do their job. “I just want to make sure what they’re presenting is constitutionally legal, statutorily legal, and not something that’s going to tie law enforcement’s hands when it comes to enforcing statutes that are already on the book,” Weber said. “I’m a police […]

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