Kentucky counties pass resolution supporting gun rights

WHITESBURG, Ky. (AP) — A handful of Kentucky counties have passed resolutions declaring local governments “Second Amendment sanctuaries.” Dozens of others are poised to vote on the issue. The Lexington Herald-Leader reports Letcher County is among the latest to pass such a resolution as a defense against possible legislation that could limit access to firearms. Letcher County Judge-Executive Terry Adams says the resolution mostly serves to warn politicians of political blowback that could result from supporting gun control legislation. A state lawmaker has said he is drafting a bill for the upcoming legislative session that would allow firearms to be taken if an individual is deemed dangerous.