Wyoming County Commissioners vote 2-1 to declare county Second Amendment sanctuary

Wyoming County Commissioners vote 2-1 to declare county Second Amendment sanctuary

Wyoming County<p>{/p} Wyoming Co. (WOLF) — The Wyoming County Commissioners have voted in favor of declaring the county a Second Amendment Sanctuary. It’s a proclamation that shows the county’s support for second amendment rights. After a 2 to 1 vote this month, Wyoming County commissioners signed a declaration that named the county a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary. Commissioners Rick Wilbur and Tom Henry told us that they voted for the proclamation after being urged by members of the community to do so. "We proclaimed that we are behind them. We are strong supporters of it. More then anything we are making a statement and that is where we all stand," Richard Wilbur, Wyoming County Chairman said. "And so the other governments above us know that we are also standing here with our people in Wyoming County," Thomas S. Henry, Wyoming County Vice Chairman explained. Wyoming County, 2nd Amendment Sanctuary For the past few months, Jayson Prutzman, a member of the Tunkhannock community, has been working to get signatures to pass the 2nd Amendment Sanctuary in their area. "For starters we are a rural community. I have had a break in at my house in December of 2019 and my hat is off to the local and state police. I definitely back the police, but when I called to report the break in it was an hour before they got over an hour before they got to my house if some gun laws start getting restricted and they start taking away […]

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