At a meeting in Indiana County, the conversation about the “Second Amendment reservation” | Local news

Despite insistence by county officials that there has been no movement on a proposed ordinance regarding the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, five speakers brought the issue back to the Indiana Board of County Commissioners meeting Wednesday.

“My research describes a Second Amendment sanctuary as a city, town or county that has passed a resolution or ordinance rejecting state or federal gun laws that are perceived as violating the Second Amendment,” said Ginny M. Brosky of Indiana, who expanded on the points, made in her letter published on August 15 in the Indiana Gazette.

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