Greene County Considers Becoming Second Amendment Sanctuary

(Greene)- Greene County is considering becoming a second amendment sanctuary city. The Greene County Board of Supervisors held a meeting last night to discuss the idea with the public. The proposal was announced after Governor Northam says he will introduce gun reform laws in January’s 2020 general assembly. Greene County Sheriff Steve Smith says new gun laws could get someone who doesn’t deserve it in trouble. The board was in favor of becoming a second amendment sanctuary city but decided to review it again at their December 10th meeting before voting on it. The idea will be considered next month in Spotsylvania and Stafford.