VA’s 2A Sanctuary Movement Second Wave Continues

Immediately after Virginia Governor Ralph Northam got a complicit legislature in place, the vast majority of counties in the state passed some form of sanctuary resolution. They wanted the folks in Richmond to know that the rest of the state didn’t really care what the D.C. suburbs thought, they weren’t giving up their guns for much of anything.

As Cam noted last week, though, that wasn’t the end of it. A second wave seemed to be brewing.
Well, that second wave definitely seems to be rolling along.

Local officials across Virginia are resisting the push from Virginia Democrats to adopt gun-free zones.

Lawmakers in Powhatan County—located just outside Richmond— unanimously passed a “No Local Gun Control” resolution that would prevent localities from creating gun-free zones. The debate over gun restrictions that dominated Gov. Ralph Northam’s (D.) agenda in the early months of 2020 has moved back to the local level after state Democrats passed a law allowing local governments to ban the presence of firearms at certain buildings and events. Larry Nordvig, the independent Powhatan County supervisor who introduced the county’s resolution, told the Washington Free Beacon he hopes the resolution sends a message to the statehouse.

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