Baker County FL, passes “Second Amendment Sanctuary” resolution

On the 18th of Feb Sara Little brought to the committee a copy of the Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution 2020-04. After discussion by the board members and open public comment by a single area resident. the board brought it up for a vote and passed it Unanimously.

DeSoto Co. FL, New gun sanctuary county in Florida after unanimous vote

A Southwest Florida county is taking a stand and says it will protect people’s second amendment right to bear arms. DeSoto County just became a gun sanctuary county on Wednesday.

Bay County FL, pass “Second Amendment Sanctuary”

Bay County has officially joined other Florida counties by declaring itself a second amendment sanctuary.

Brevard Co. FL, commissioners wrap themselves in Constitution with Isnardi’s resolution

Brevard County commissioners figuratively wrapped themselves in the U.S. Constitution at their latest meeting — with the help of Sheriff Wayne Ivey.

St. Johns Co. FL, Commissioners vote for resolution to be a 2nd Amendment sanctuary

Commissioners in St. Johns County have voted unanimously for a resolution declaring the area a Second Amendment sanctuary.

Columbia County FL, to become a Second Amendment sanctuary

Columbia County is the latest local government in North Central Florida to affirm its commitment to the 2nd Amendment.

Nassau Co. FL, pass Second Amendment Sanctuary Resolution

Nassau County Commissioners - Bring forth, discuss and vote on the 2nd Amendment resolution

Highlands County FL, passes symbolic resolution protecting gun rights

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."

Escambia County FL, declares itself a Second Amendment ‘sanctuary’ Officially

Escambia County Commissioners passed a resolution declaring the county a Second Amendment "sanctuary" Thursday night without discussion in a 3-0 vote.

Okaloosa Co. FL, vote to support 2nd Amendment resolutions

On Tuesday, commissioners from Okaloosa county unanimously approved resolutions declaring that their areas would oppose any future legislation interfering with constitutional rights, specifically, the Second Amendment right to bear arms.
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