List of Second Amendment sanctuaries in Virginia and where it’s being discussed

As of Aug. 10 more than 130 cities/counties across Virginia have approved some type of resolution

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ROANOKE, Va. – As more and more counties vote to become Second Amendment sanctuaries, we’ve compiled a list to help you keep track.

10 News talked with a Constitutional law professor to learn more about what it means to become a Second Amendment sanctuary.

To read the bills related to weapons, including guns, that will be discussed during Virginia’s 2020 legislative session, click here.

Counties/Cities Adopted:

Accomack County - Adopted on Dec. 18. 2019 (Slightly modified version)

Alleghany County - Adopted on Dec. 3, 2019

Amelia County - Adopted on Dec. 18, 2019 (Modified version supporting Second Amendment rights)

Amherst County - Adopted on Dec. 3, 2019

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