North Carolina county debating becoming Second Amendment sanctuary


DAVIDSON COUNTY, NC (WGHP) — A growing list of counties in North Carolina are becoming Second Amendment sanctuaries.

These sanctuaries are areas that have adopted resolutions where county leaders say they’re standing up for the Second Amendment and won’t enforce certain gun control measures.

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Davidson County is the latest to consider joining the list.

William Cline and his family own the Claybreakers Gun Range in Lexington.

“I think as a whole Davidson County will vote in support of it,” he said.

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