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Kentucky could become the next Second Amendment Sanctuary state.

State Rep. Josh Bray, who serves Rockcastle, Garrard, and part of Madison Counties, said he introduced the legislation in response to Biden’s threat of additional gun control.

His bill would prohibit state and local law enforcement from enforcing federal gun laws.

“The 10th amendment gives the state the right to enforce everything that isn’t expressly laid out in the Constitution. And so we feel like it’s the state’s responsibility to enforce the Second Amendment,” Bray told FOX 56.

Bray acknowledged that many counties and cities in his state have already declared themselves Second Amendment Sanctuaries. Already more than 61% of all counties in the United States have become Second Amendment Sanctuaries.

Bray’s bill would be retroactive to Jan.,1 of this year.