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McDowell County Votes to Become Second Amendment Sanctuary and More at Wednesday’s Meeting, 1/22/20

By Derek Tyson, The Welch News Editor

WELCH - The County Commission of McDowell County voted Wednesday to become a Second Amendment Sanctuary, falling in line with other counties across the two Virginias. 

Prosecuting Attorney Emily Miller read the resolution up for adoption aloud for everyone in attendance, as follows: 

‘Resolution of the County Commission of McDowell County, West Virginia to uphold the Second Amendment rights of . . .

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