By the El Paso Board of County Commissioners by the authority granted the Board by the laws of the State of Colorado and people of El Paso County, Colorado to stand and defend their rights and liberties
On the 28th day of March 2019, the Bent County Board of Commissioners joined fellow counties in addressing their grievances of the pending Anti-Second Amendment Laws passing through the state legislature by passing a resolution in defense of the Second Amendment.
Delta County Colorado Commissioners passed Resolution # 2019-R-008 declaring Delta County a Second Amendment Preservation County.
Be it resolved by the Board of County Commissioners, that the Board expresses its support of the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution and Article II, Section 13 of the Colorado Constitution protections of the right to bear arms by law-abiding citizens.
Commissioner Wadley moved to approve Resolution 2019-36 Declaring Archuleta County to be a Second Amendment Preservation County as presented. Commissioner Schaaf seconded the motion.
On February 26, 2021, the Commissioners of Custer County, CO passed a resolution rejecting H.R. 127 and supporting the Second Amendment.
it is the desire of the Board to declare its support of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution and the provisions of the Colorado Constitution which protect Crowley County Citizens, inalienable and individual right to keep and bear arms.
Elbert Approves Resolution Declaring County a “Second Amendment Sanctuary County” Resolution preserves the Second Amendment of the US Constitution.
Wondering what a Second Amendment Sanctuary County means? In nearly all of these instances, these efforts are being led by the county sheriff, then joined by the county commissioners
Clint read the resolution into the record. MOTION by Commissioner Canda, to adopt Resolution #19-02 “A Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners for Custer County declaring said County to be a Second Amendment Sanctuary County”.