Kentucky lawmakers were greeted by protesters as they returned to Frankfort Tuesday for the start of the 2020 General Assembly. More than 100 people gathered to demonstrate in favor of strengthening the Second Amendment, fighting gun control.
Gun rights advocates are pushing hard for elected representatives to pass resolutions affirming Second Amendment rights, and public displays of support are an effective way to get the message heard.
This map will evolve quickly in the upcoming weeks. I know of at least half a dozen counties with votes scheduled in the next week. pic.twitter.com/ijlfGuH4NZ— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) January 7, 2020
Pro-Second Amendment lawmakers are moving quickly and new county resolutions and ordinances have garnered strong support in recent weeks. Even without a definitive resolution, local officials and Sheriffs are able to exercise discretion by declining to use their resources to assist state and federal agencies in enforcement actions.
The meeting starts at 5:30 p.m. tonight in Independence. More info: https://t.co/BzCREmNolY— Julia Fair (@JFair_reports) January 9, 2020
Menifee County becomes Second Amendment sanctuary county https://t.co/iOjir60kYg— Deep Clips (@DeepClips) January 9, 2020
The Boyd County, Kentucky fiscal court voted to approve a second amendment sanctuary resolution. The resolution is considered as a defense against possible legislation that could limit access to guns. https://t.co/9nU41ARUxs— WOWK 13 News (@WOWK13News) January 8, 2020
Republican State Representative nominee Richard White and the Rowan County chapter of Kentucky United at the Second Amendment rally yesterday. Vote Richard White for State Representative District 99 in the February 25 Special Election. pic.twitter.com/lSOuGeErFQ— Rowan Republicans (@RowanGOPParty) January 8, 2020
Pro Second Amendment supporters here in Kentucky. Note the RB 354 is a “bipartisan” request bill. Read the garbage that’s in it. Note the sponsors, co-sponsors and areas for which... https://t.co/NKrpxzuzB2— Richmond (@legionpost12ky) January 9, 2020
County attorneys across the state of Kentucky are being told to be cautious when it comes to the legality of Second Amendment sanctuary ordinances. https://t.co/TNLGKqoEhZ— WPSD Local 6 (@WPSDLocal6) January 8, 2020