Hardy County Re-affirms Second Amendment – Becomes Sanctuary

According to County Commissioner David Workman, several citizens have requested the Hardy County Commission re-affirm the U. S. Constitution’s Second Amendment – the right to keep and bear arms – and declare Hardy County a Second Amendment Sanctuary. 

The Hardy County Commission approved a Resolution to that effect at the meeting held Tuesday, March 3.

The resolution says “the County Commission of Hardy County, hereby expresses its desire that public funds are not used to unconstitutionally restrict the Second Amendment rights of the citizens of Hardy County; and the County Commission of Hardy County hereby declares its intent to oppose…any constitutional infringement of the right of law-abiding citizens to keep and bear arms.”

“We believe in all the amendments, but

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•The next regular meeting of the Hardy County Commission will be held on Tuesday, April 7 beginning at 9 a.m. Anyone who wishes to be included on the agenda should call the County Clerk’s office at 304-530-0250. The meetings are open to the public.