(Iowa) — Two more Iowa counties are are declaring themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries. On Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors in both Cedar and Madison counties voted to make the counties sanctuaries for gun rights. The approved measures mean the county sheriff’s office will not enforce laws considered to be in violation of the Second Amendment. The Adams County Board of Supervisors will consider a similar proposal next month. Jasper and Hardin counties already have similar measures in place.
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