Add Wayne County to the list.
Twenty-seven counties across the state have voiced opposition to the state’s new gun law.
Wayne County Supervisors yesterday approved a resolution that not only asks for the law’s repeal, but highlights specific provisions supervisors believe are problematic. Most notably, a mandatory five-year re-certification process for all gun owners and a rifle registry to verify ownership.
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Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts said he does not believe the law will reduce gun violence and makes law-abiding citizens the criminals.