Barren County passes resolution supporting Second Amendment

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BARREN COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – Another Kentucky county joins the growing list of those voicing support for the Second Amendment.

Barren County unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday, stating it’s affirming its support for the right to bear arms. The resolution also says the county will denounce any laws believed to infringe on the Second Amendment.

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This resolution does not make Barren County a Second Amendment sanctuary.

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