Emanuel County GA declared a Second Amendment Sanctuary County

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Emanuel County, Georgia's Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously to declare Emanuel County a Second Amendment Sanctuary County.

Union County, GA passes a Resolution in Support of the Second Amendment

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On January 21, 2021, Union County, GA Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution declaring Union County a Second Amendment Sanctuary.

Troup County GA, passes resolution supporting Second Amendment

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On March 17th 2020 Troup County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution supporting the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution during its regular board meeting as part of its special business agenda.

Pickens County GA, affirms the second amendment through resolution

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Pickens County Georgia has unanimously passed a resolution affirming the second amendment and declaring the Board it is full support. After the reading of the resolution(Text Below), Chairman Robert Jones made a motion to bring the resolution to a vote and was seconded by Becky Denney, The vote was made and passed unanimously.

Johnson County, GA passes resolution to support the Second Amendment

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In a unanimous, 5-0 vote, Johnson County, Georgia passed a resolution to support the Second Amendment.

McIntosh County GA, declared Second Amendment sanctuary

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cIntosh County Commissioners voted at a Tuesday night meeting to declare the county a Second Amendment sanctuary the resolution passed with a 4-0 vote. Commissioner Roger Lotson was absent from the meeting.

Haralson Co. GA, passes second amendment sanctuary proclamation

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Representative Kevin Cooke reading the proclamation to the public during a special commissioners meeting on February 4th 2020.

Ware County GA, Sheriff declares Second Amendment Sanctuary

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Ware County GA, Sheriff declares Second Amendment Sanctuary

Jackson County GA, becomes ‘2nd Amendment sanctuary’

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Jackson County leaders declared the county is now a "Second Amendment Sanctuary" last week, but the move is more symbolic than enforceable.The Jackson County Board of Commissioners adopted a "sanctuary county" resolution Feb. 3 after it was presented to the board by chairman Tom Crow.

Floyd Co. GA, passes Constitutional Resolution.

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Through the efforts of the counties citizens, and the willingness of the commissioners to hear the voices of the people, as of today Tuesday, January 28, 2020 we have a resolution protecting our Second Amendment rights, that provides resources to the Floyd Co. Sheriff's office to stop the infringement of our rights, and refuses to fund any activity that would infringe on our rights!