By: David Tripp
6 Mar 2020
Monroe County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution catered to Monroe County’s Board of Supervisors stance on the Second Amendment. Defanged in many regards, and not willing to take a stance whether a law made is constitutional or not due to them receiving funds from both state and federal, and not willing to challenge or defend a citizen of the county through legal means at their disposal. They merely stated they support the Second Amendment, but failed to make a mark saying they would defend it or those who elected them.
Awaiting copy of resolution
Verification Citation/Source: Monroe County Board of Supervisors
Resolution date passed: 6 Mar 2020