Per attendee and action taker Jennifer Tudor and many others in attendance. Chattooga County Georgia has finally signed their Second Amendment Sanctuary Resolution. Tudor released copies of the signed document and a picture of those in attendance.
In an unexpected move Tuesday morning, Bulloch County Commissioners voted to approve the county as a “2A Sanctuary” county. This only means that commissioners support the Second Amendment and will not try to take away constitutional gun rights at any point in the future, but some misunderstood the move.
During its Tuesday, Feb. 11 meeting, the county board of commissioners approved a resolution that would support the sheriff’s discretion to not enforce any federal or state firearms laws that the county deems unconstitutional, and that the county would not use any county money to enforce those laws
Officially, Gilmer County has declared itself a Second Amendment Sanctuary. With the urging of citizens and submitted petitions to the county, the vote came unanimously in support of a resolution declaring the official adoption of this moniker of Second Amendment Sanctuary.
McIntosh County Commissioners voted at a Tuesday night meeting to declare the county a Second Amendment sanctuary.
Following in the footsteps of several other Georgia counties, the Banks County Commission Tuesday night adopted a resolution declaring Banks County a Second Amendment Sanctuary County.
The resolution reaffirms that Whitfield County will respect and defend those Constitutional rights, and implores Georgia's Legislature and US Congress to do the same
Coweta’s leaders affirmed their commitment to Second Amendment rights before a standing-room-only crowd at Tuesday night’s Coweta County Board of Commissioners meeting.
A petition filled out fast by local citizens and submitted by Sheriff Johnny Moats was acted upon with unanimous approval of a resolution declaring that Polk County will uphold the Second Amendment, no matter what state laws try to limit firearm ownership.