Tucson nullifies Arizona’s ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’ law within the city | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Tucson nullifies Arizona’s ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’ law within the city

Tucson, Ariz. city officials passed a resolution last week agreeing to ignore the state’s new “Second Amendment sanctuary” law that bans the enforcement of specific federal gun regulations during a city council meeting.

According to the Arizona Daily Star, Tucson Mayor Regina Romero and the city council unanimously passed a resolution rejecting the state’s “Second Amendment sanctuary” status, declaring that “federal laws, orders and acts that regulate firearms in a manner that is consistent with the requirements of the United States Constitution” will “remain in full force and effect” in Tucson “regardless of whether those laws, orders or acts are more restrictive or prohibitive than regulations established under the laws of this state.”

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