Liv Mic: Uintah County is first in state to become “Second Amendment sanctuary”
SALT LAKE CITY — Uintah County Commission on Wednesday voted to designate the county a “Second Amendment sanctuary.”
All three commissioners voted to adopt the ordinance, joining more than 400 municipalities in 20 states, which have passed laws opposing the enforcement of certain gun laws passed by state or federal lawmakers.
First in Utah
Backed by the Constitution
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