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Huron County MI, passes reaffirmation of Second Amendment without ‘Sanctuary’ wording

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By: David Tripp
25 Feb 2020

The Commissioners of Huron County Michigan passed a resolution that they refused to use the term ‘Sanctuary’ in. Though the resolution retained all the other caveats that hold the resolution to standard such as urging legislature and the US congress and agencies to reject provisions, laws and regulations that infringe on the second amendment. Many were displeased with the removal of the word ‘Sanctuary’ as they felt it needed to be something that was available to lawful citizens regardless of its attachment to illegal immigration.

Verification Citation/Source: Huron Daily Tribune
Writer: Robert Creenan
Source URL: https://www.michigansthumb.com/news/article/Board-of-Commissioners-approves-reaffirmation-of-15083482.php
Resolution date passed: 25 Feb 2020
Vote Count: Unanimous

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