Santa Rosa County FL, passes ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary’ resolution


By: David Tripp
12 Dec 2019

The majority of the discussion was made on the 9th of December and was placed on the consent agenda for the 12th of December. The motion to approve the resolution was meet in that meeting without objection and was approved 5-0.

The resolution, which is mostly ceremonial, outlines the Second Amendment and several court cases that reaffirmed American citizens’ rights to bear arms. It also recognizes and re-affirms the Santa Rosa County militia, which was first established in 1994 when residents grew concerned about what they saw as threats to their Second Amendment rights. Another resolution was passed in 2013.

Verification Citation/Source: Santa Rosa County Board of Commissioners
Resolution date passed: 14 Apr 1994, 24 Jan 2013, 12 Dec 2019
Vote Count: 5-0, 5-0, 5-0

Resolution passed in 2013

Resolution passed in 1994