Brevard County commissioners figuratively wrapped themselves in the U.S. Constitution at their latest meeting — with the help of Sheriff Wayne Ivey.
Polk County is the newest addition to the growing Second Amendment Sanctuaries. On Tuesday, commissioners unanimously approved a resolution
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.
Jackson County FL, pass Second Amendment resolution
At the 8:00 AM mark the commissioners bring forth the resolution, and make statements reiterating the state of the country and their stance.
The Okeechobee County Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution that goes back to the basic rights of people provided by the US Constitution. Commissioners approved the resolution to make Okeechobee County a Second Amendment Sanctuary
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.
Brandon Young, County Attorney, presented Resolution 20-01 declaring Holmes County a Second Amendment Sanctuary. He advised that the resolution is signed by the Holmes County Sheriff as a show of support for the measure.
County commissioners unanimously declared Taylor County a “Second Amendment Sanctuary” Monday evening, joining at least 15 other Florida counties who have done the same.
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.