Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Logan County Commissioners to consider support of Sheriff's 2A Sanctuary County declaration


Logan County Commissioner Marven Goodman released the following statement this morning in response to Logan County Sheriff Damon Devereaux's declaration of Logan County as a Second Amendment Sanctuary County:
"As a resident citizen and Logan County Commissioner, I do without hesitation provide my unqualified support to our Logan County Sheriff, Damon Devereaux, in his official declaration making Logan County the first 2nd Amendment Sanctuary County in the great state of Oklahoma.

To that end, I have submitted a Resolution of Support to be considered by our Logan County Board Commissioners at our next scheduled meeting. That resolution will be listed for consideration and possible approval on our Board of Commissioner's agenda this Friday, February 14, 2020.

The meeting begins at 9am and will be held in the County Courthouse Annex, at the Commissioner’s conference room located at 312 E Harrison, Suite 101, Guthrie, OK 73044."

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