These Colorado counties have declared themselves ‘2nd Amendment sanctuaries’ in response to red flag...
Many of the resolutions were passed before the bill became law, knowing the Democratic governor was likely to sign the bill from the Democrat-controlled legislature.
Delta County Colorado Commissioners passed Resolution # 2019-R-008 declaring Delta County a Second Amendment Preservation County.
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.
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.
The best way to prevent gun violence is to address the growing mental health crisis and not to limit the inalienable rights of the law abiding citizens of Logan County
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
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”.
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.
Lock made a motion, seconded by Hofmeister, to approve the following resolution in support of the Second Amendment of the United State of America: