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.
Resolution Opposing the Enactment of any Legislation that would Infringe Upon the Second Amendment Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms & Considering Such Laws to be Unconstitutional
Dolores County Board of Commissioners pass Resolution #03-19-01 with a vote of 3-0, declaring its support for the second amendment and in response to the proposed "Red Flag" laws.
On August 12, 2021, the El Paso County, CO District 49, Board of Education passed a resolution opposing the principles of Critical Race Theory.
Jackson County Sheriff joined the meeting and voiced his support before the resolution was passed unanimously by the board
A motion was made by Commissioner Vezzani and seconded by Commissioner Cisneros to adopt RESOLUTION #19-14
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