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WV – GUN RIGHTS – Wyoming County became the 13th county in West Virginia Wednesday to adopt a resolution protecting the right of citizens to bear arms.

The resolutions are designed to prohibit the enforcement of gun control policies that are perceived as a violation of the Second Amendment. Micheal Cochrane, county prosecutor, drafted the resolution and read it for the record. “…In addition to the individual rights to keep and bear arms as enshrined in the United States and West Virginia Constitutions, the County Commission of Wyoming County, West Virginia is mindful of the deep cultural and historic roots of hunting with Wyoming County, as well as the many conservation and wildlife management benefits to be derived from responsible game management through hunting…” Through the resolution, the commission upholds the Constitution of the United States, “including all the rights bestowed in the Second Amendment,” Cochrane emphasized.  [full article]

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