Second Amendment

Wasatch County

The Wasatch County Council took public input for almost 3 hours on Wednesday night to consider becoming a Second Amendment “sanctuary county” via citizen’s initiative. 

 

The majority of the public comments were in support of the ordinance.

 

Wasatch County

The Wasatch County Council meets 3 p.m. on Wednesday to tackle an agenda including Second Amendment rights, mental health awareness and a real estate development nearly a decade in the making.

 

Wasatch County

 

The Wasatch County Council has formed a committee to discuss whether the county should become a “sanctuary county” for the Second Amendment. 

 

While all council members state support for the constitutional right of individuals to keep and bear arms, not everyone thinks the county needs an ordinance to do that.