Protecting county citizens Second Amendment rights
By Neal A. Shipman
McKenzie County became the state’s third county to become a Second Amendment Advocate following an unanimous vote by the county commissioners on Tuesday, March 2.
In presenting the resolution to the commissioners, Lee Geiger, a Grassy Butte farmer and rancher and U.S. Army veteran, stated that the First and Second amendments to the United States Constitution are under attack.
“I served from 2002 to December of 2006 with the 101st Airborne Division and served two combat tours in Iraq,” stated Geiger. “The Constitution is near and dear to my heart and I feel strongly about the Second Amendment.”