More counties considering Second Amendment sanctuary resolution

New Mexico

Three more New Mexico counties are considering making themselves Second Amendment sanctuary counties.

Quay, Curry, and Union Counties passed a resolution last week pledging not to enforce proposed gun laws if they pass in the state legislature. Now, Cibola, Chavez and Eddy commissioners are expected to vote on their version this week.

The New Mexico Sheriff’s Association has been vocal against the gun bills including one that would require background checks on all gun sales. It says the laws would be unenforceable and punish law-abiding citizens.

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