Clark County becomes Second Amendment sanctuary
CLARK COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – Clark County has become the latest Second Amendment sanctuary in Kentucky.
The county unanimously voted to pass the resolution Tuesday evening.
Clark County follows the lead of several other counties in the state, including Laurel County, which passed the resolution to become a Second Amendment sanctuary earlier that same morning.
Opponents say the resolutions are mainly symbolic and can’t be enforced.
Those for the resolution agree more work will be required to fully and truly protect second amendment rights.