Selectmen/women wondered why they should support a non-binding resolution, even on something as fundamentally important as the Second Amendment.
A non-binding resolution to declare Cavendish a “Second Amendment Sanctuary Town” failed by two votes.Read more
Internet, Emerald Ash Borer, local sales taxes, Second Amendment sanctuary among issues facing Town Meeting voters - VT Digger
The proposed Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution received a paragraph of its own in this wrap-up of Town Meeting ballot questions - you can find it 11 paragraphs up from the bottom. Plenty going on at Town Meetings tomorrow besides the presidential primary.Read more
Twelve Vermont towns (at present) will consider a Second Amendment Sanctuary non-binding resolution at Town Meeting, with perhaps another two dozen in the works.Read more
The Town of Pownal in Bennington County will join other municipalities in holding a Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution vote at Town Meeting in March.
The town of Pownal – located not far from Bennington and Hubbardton of Green Mountain Boys fame - has joined Derby, Clarendon, Cavendish, Holland, Newport and Barton as towns considering becoming symbolic gun rights sanctuaries at Town Meeting.Read more
Seven Days, the often left-leaning statewide newspaper, has recognized this year’s grassroots movement facing Town Meeting – the Second Amendment Sanctuary movement.Read more