Hernando County is the latest to declare itself a Second Amendment sanctuary and did so at the urging of county Commissioner Steve Champion, owner of American Gun and Pawn shop in Brooksville.
Last week, the Hendry County Board of Commissioners voted to make Hendry County a sanctuary county for the second amendment, according to Hendry County Sheriff Steve Whidden.
Walton County FL, pass Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution
Commissioner Dobbs moved to adopt Resolution 2019-15, which declares that Union County recognizes the importance of the Second Amendment preserves the right of the people of Union County to keep and bear arms. Commissioner Croft seconded the motion, and it passed by unanimous consent.
The resolution, which is mostly ceremonial, outlines the Second Amendment and several court cases that reaffirmed American citizens’ rights to bear arms. It also recognizes and re-affirms the Santa Rosa County militia.
The Lafayette County Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved declaring the county a “Second Amendment sanctuary” at its Dec. 9 meeting.
Motion to approve Resolution #2019-37 designating Liberty County a Second Amendment Sanctuary made by Commissioner Johnson, second by Commissioner Phillips, motion carried.
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 Levy County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to make the county a 2nd Amendment sanctuary.
Commissioners voted unanimously to adopt a resolution naming Citrus a Second Amendment Sanctuary, which preserves “for the people of, on and in Citrus County, their rights guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States of America.”