What is a Second Amendment Sanctuary County?
Chad Booth sits down with Bill Stringer, Uintah County Commissioner, to discuss the recent second amendment sanctuary ordinance passed in Uintah County.
Gun Control Bills in the Virginia Legislature have sparked a number of counties and municipalities adopting ordinances that challenge state laws that are not consistent with the second amendment.
Counties in Utah are hoping to be proactive in adopting sanctuary status rather than waiting until a situation arises similar to what counties in Virginia are experiencing. This show looks at some of the issues counties are considering as they draft their own ordinances.
Guests this week:Dennis Blackburn, Wayne County Commissioner
Sheriff Kelly Sparks, Davis Countyhttps://www.daviscountyutah.gov/sheriff/about-us/meet-the-sheriff
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Host Chad Booth
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