MONTROSE, Pa. – Commissioners in a rural Pennsylvania county have passed a resolution saying any new laws restricting gun rights won’t apply there.
The Times-Tribune of Scranton reports Susquehanna County officials say new gun laws passed just over the state line in New York prompted them to act. The resolution passed Wednesday says any new federal act, bill, law, rule or executive order that infringes on Second Amendment rights shall be “unenforceable” in the county.
Yes! Now we just need a few more counties and states to step up and put an end to the infringement of our freedoms!