By a 4-0 vote, the Calhoun County Board of County Commissioners adopted Resolution 2019-43 at the Dec 3rd meeting declaring Calhoun County as a Second Amendment Sanctuary
Clay County, Florida commissioners have approved a resolution declaring the county's support of the Second Amendment. County commissioners voted 4-1 Tuesday in favor of passing a modified resolution in support of the Second Amendment. The word "sanctuary" was removed from the resolution before commissioners voted to approve it.
2nd Amendment Sanctuary Resolution – Tray Hawkins, Chairman informed that the resolution states that Washington County upholds the second amendment of the constitution.
Bradford County commissioners voted Thursday night to make the county a second amendment sanctuary county, and they say it's to protect their right to bear arms.
Marion County is the latest county in Florida to declare itself a Second Amendment Sanctuary, while Lake County was the first.
In a 5-0 vote, Wakulla County became the second county in the state of Florida to declare itself a "Second Amendment sanctuary."
At its Monday meeting, the Suwannee County Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution declaring the county a Second Amendment sanctuary.
With the blessing of Lake County Sheriff Peyton Grinnell, the commission voted 4-0 and passed the resolution. Commission Chairwoman Leslie Campione was not at the meeting.
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
Collier County FL, approved a resolution that supports Second Amendment rights