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MO county passes law to arrest feds who try enforcing federal gun control laws in county

Newton County, Mo., enacted the Second Amendment Preservation Act on Feb. 3, allowing local law enforcement to arrest federal agents who attempt to enforce laws in the county that violate citizens’ rights to keep and bear arms, in addition to rendering such laws null and void.

The act requires “the courts and law enforcement agencies to protect the rights of law-abiding citizens to keep and bear arms,” adding that law enforcement agencies, county employees and political subdivisions will not have “authority to enforce or attempt to enforce any federal laws, orders or rules infringing on the right to keep and bear arms.”

Any federal agents who attempt to enforce federal regulations that violate the Second Amendment “shall be subject to arrest by the Newton County Missouri Sheriff’s Department,” according to the act.

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