This California town wants to be a 2nd Amendment ‘sanctuary city’ for guns and ammo

Needles Councilman Tim Terral
Tim Terral and wife Holly shoot in the desert outside Needles. The councilman put forth a resolution to declare Needles a “sanctuary city” for the 2nd Amendment as part of an effort to loosen gun laws.
(Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times)

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Hannah Fry is a Metro reporter covering breaking news in California. She joined Times Community News in Orange County in 2013 where she covered education, Newport Beach city hall, crime and courts. She is a native of Orange County and attended Chapman University, where she was the editor-in-chief of the college newspaper, the Panther.