Washington County, TN Public Safety Committee to review second amendment sanctuary resolution tonight
A county in Northeast Tennessee is expected to review a resolution to become a second amendment sanctuary.
Washington County TN’s Public Safety Committee meets tonight, and according to the agenda, committee members are set to discuss potential support for a second amendment resolution as the last topic of the night. Nearly all Southwest Virginia counties and a few northeast Tennessee counties have already passed second amendment sanctuary resolutions.
The meeting is set to begin at 5:00 p.m on the 1st floor of the conference room at the historic Washington County courthouse.