Ogle County IL, Board passes support for Second Amendment
It was no accident Effingham County’s resolution to protect the rights of gun owners stole an important word from the very people the resolution was intended to provoke, supporters of the country’s sanctuary cities movement.
After the question failed to advance to a vote, the commissioners voted instead to take up the original referendum opposing five specific pieces of gun legislation that were under consideration at the state level, some of which deal with wait periods for purchasing certain weapons and others banning possession of firearm accessories like bump stocks. That passed unanimously.
Should the Illinois General Assembly pass legislation protecting a citizens right to keep and bear arms as defined by the second amendment of the United States Constitution?
On June 18, 2018, the Effingham County, Illinois Board passed a resolution declaring the county a Sanctuary for the Unborn.
McDonough County joined 33 other Illinois counties Wednesday in approving a resolution to the state opposing any changes regarding firearms possession. An audience of 72 came to the courthouse to witness the board’s discussion of the issue.
Resolution opposing the passage of any bill where the 100th Illinois General Assembly and any future Illinois General Assembly attempts to pass legislation restricting the individual right of the U.S. citizens as protected by the Second Amendment of the United State's Constitution and Section 22 of Article 1 of the Illinois Constitution.
Yes LaSalle County shall oppose the passage of any bill where the Illinois General Assembly desires to restrict the Individual right of US Citizens as protected by the Second Amendment
The board also approved a resolution opposing the enactment of any legislation that would infringe upon the citizens right to bear arms.