Escambia County Commissioners passed a resolution declaring the county a Second Amendment "sanctuary" Thursday night without discussion in a 3-0 vote.
Columbia County is the latest local government in North Central Florida to affirm its commitment to the 2nd Amendment.
On February 4th, 2020 the Franklin County, Florida Board of County Commissioners passed a resolution declaring their support of the Second Amendment.
The resolution to make the county a “second amendment sanctuary” passed by a 3-2 vote – but legal scholars say it won’t do anything to prevent lawmakers from strengthening gun restrictions and passing so-called “red flag laws."
Commissioners in St. Johns County have voted unanimously for a resolution declaring the area a Second Amendment sanctuary.
The Sumter County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday approved a resolution supporting gun rights, but stopped short of declaring the county a gun rights sanctuary.
Commissioners passed a resolution in Putnam County unanimously Tuesday morning that would make the county a Second Amendment sanctuary county.
Nassau County Commissioners - Bring forth, discuss and vote on the 2nd Amendment resolution
The Gilchrist County Commission listened and took action to adopt a resolution supporting the 2nd Amendment of the constitution, identifying Gilchrist County as a Constitution County supporting the Constitution and the 2nd Amendment in this historical document