A measure on the November ballot to make Clatsop County a Second Amendment sanctuary will likely be challenged in court if it passes.

Gun rights advocates behind the measure want to prohibit county resources from being used to enforce any local, state and federal law or regulation that restricts the right to keep and bear firearms, accessories or ammunition.


Nicole Bales is a reporter for The Astorian. Contact her at 971-704-1723 or nbales@dailyastorian.com.