Columbia County is the latest local government in North Central Florida to affirm its commitment to the 2nd 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.
On February 4th, 2020 the Franklin County, Florida Board of County Commissioners passed a resolution declaring their support of the Second Amendment.
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
Brevard County commissioners figuratively wrapped themselves in the U.S. Constitution at their latest meeting — with the help of Sheriff Wayne Ivey.
Bay County has officially joined Jackson, Walton and other Florida counties by declaring itself a second amendment sanctuary.
The Jefferson County Commission declared it to be so by resolution on Thursday evening, Jan. 16, joining 23 other Florida counties and a handful of states that have passed similar declarations.