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Arizona's most populous county joining movement which areas declared themselves second amendment sanctuaries the Maricopa County Board of supervisors voting in Phoenix Wednesday declaring it a second amendment preservation county Maricopa one of the nation's fastest growing counties following dozens of counties nationwide and four other Arizona communities that have approved similar symbolic rest resolution they're meant to stave off gun control policies that could be seen as unconstitutional that proposal did lose some of its edge though when the board dropped the stipulation that government funds would not be used to infringe on gun