A small North Carolina district voted last week to declare itself a "Weapons Sanctuary."
The Cherokee County Board of Commissioners voted 3: 2 on March 6 for a symbolic resolution. Some say that the county will resist the efforts of the state or the federal government to enforce strict arms control laws.
Resolution commissioned by District Commissioner Dan Eichenbaum cites the second amendment and the right to "bear and carry weapons The Cherokee Scout reported to the Cherokee Scout.
CALIFORNIA COUNTY SANCTUARY POLICY MAY NOT DETERMINE THAT UNCONSTITUTED ORIGINAL ORIGINAL ORIGINAL MEASURES HAVING BEEN TRANSFERRED TO JAPANO AFTER HUNTING TO JAPAN, JAPANO notes that the local government does not finance or implement any federal or state laws that uphold the rights of local residents
"Therefore, the government of the Cherokee district will not approve any state resources, resources, employees, agencies, contractors, buildings, prisons or appropriate funds or offices for the purpose of enforcing or assisting in the enforcement of elements of such acts, laws , Orders, mandates, rules or regulations that violate the law; b Your people should hold and carry weapons as described and defined in detail above.
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. Officials in Oregon cite similar regulations as a reference. The statement, which was adopted last week, is considered essentially symbolic.
The Cherokee scout reported that the county's decision to refuse to implement federal laws that are not in line with its own policies bears some resemblance to the concept of capitals that reject enforcement of federal immigration policy.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.