Nonprofit seeks sheriff’s emails in reference to Second Amendment debate

New Mexico News
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A nonprofit advocating for gun control laws is asking New Mexico sheriffs to send them records about their stance on gun control laws. 

According to the Albuquerque Journal, the Brady Center is looking for emails between sheriffs and gun rights groups looking into what possible basis sheriffs have for not declaring why they won’t enforce gun control laws.

This comes after several counties passed Second Amendment sanctuary ordinances which were supported by sheriffs.

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