Residents favor Second Amendment sanctuary status

Residents favor Second Amendment sanctuary status

Supervisors will hold special meeting

By Heather Michon, correspondent

More than two dozen people spoke to the Fluvanna Board of Supervisors Wednesday night (Dec. 4) in favor of making the county a Second Amendment sanctuary, but no action was taken during the meeting.

More than 300 people signed comment cards in favor of an amendment, with only seven in opposition.

The county’s potential status as a Second Amendment sanctuary refers to adopting a resolution to not expend resources to enforce certain gun control measures perceived as a violation of the Second Amendment.

Supervisors will hear more public comments at a special meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 11.

Full story will follow.

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