Columbia County is the latest local government in North Central Florida to affirm its commitment to the 2nd Amendment.
County commissioners unanimously declared Taylor County a “Second Amendment Sanctuary” Monday evening, joining at least 15 other Florida counties who have done the same.
The Board formally declares its support of the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States; that the Board hereby affirms that it will not condone unconstitutional infringements of that right; and, that the Board calls upon the Governor and the Florida Legislature
In a 5-0 vote, Wakulla County became the second county in the state of Florida to declare itself a "Second Amendment sanctuary."
The five members of the Dixie County Board of the County Commissioners on Thursday morning (Dec. 5) unanimously declared Dixie County as a Second Amendment Sanctuary.
The Lafayette County Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved declaring the county a “Second Amendment sanctuary” at its Dec. 9 meeting.
Polk County is the newest addition to the growing Second Amendment Sanctuaries. On Tuesday, commissioners unanimously approved a resolution
After brief discussion, Commissioner Kelley presented a motion to instruct staff to draft a resolution in support similar to the resolution approved by Suwannee County.
Commissioners passed a resolution in Putnam County unanimously Tuesday morning that would make the county a Second Amendment sanctuary county.