White Stone declared a Second Amendment sanctuary town

by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi

WHITE STONE—In stark contrast to a Lancaster board of supervisors meeting in December, no one attended a public hearing last week regarding a resolution declaring White Stone a Second Amendment sanctuary town.

Over 100 people attended a December 12 meeting of the Lancaster supervisors when the board unanimously passed a resolution affirming the “rights ensured and protected by the constitutions of the U.S. and Virginia, including the rights of law-abiding citizens to keep and bear arms.” Lancaster County joined dozens of others across the state with the affirmation.

White Stone Town Council member Kathryn “Scotty” Roop at the council’s December meeting had requested White Stone’s governing body adopt its resolution…[to-view-more]