STARK COUNTY, Ohio — Stark County is considering becoming a Second Amendment sanctuary, according to News 5's media partners at the Alliance Review.
A Second Amendment sanctuary refers to a local government that won't follow any state or federal gun laws that prohibit or impede the Second Amendment.
On Saturday, residents met at Don Pancho's Tex-Mex Cafe to start the process of becoming a Second Amendment sanctuary.
Their goal is to convince the Stark County commissioner's office to pass a resolution to declare them a sanctuary.
They plan to start a petition and want to get 126,000 signatures before presenting their ideas to the county-board.
In the past two years, hundreds of communities across the country have declared themselves sanctuaries, including in Meigs County, which is in southern Ohio.
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