Gibson County IN, passes Second Amendment Resolution

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After reading of the resolution it motioned for a vote, followed by a second, the vote was cast unanimously to pass the Second Amendment resolution.

Carroll County IN, passes Second Amendment Ordinance

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An Ordinance of the Board of Commissioners of Carroll County Prohibiting Material Support or Resources for the Enforcement of Federal or State Acts in Derogation of the Rights of Citizens Regarding Firearms, Firearm Accessories and Ammunition.

Rush County IN, Sheriff releases proclamation to uphold Constitution

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Rush County IN, Sheriff releases proclamation to uphold Constitution

Randolph County IN, pass Constitutional Rights resolution

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Randolph County passed a resolution yesterday that follows the template Guy A. Relford put out with the exception that every single mention of the word "Sheriff" was removed at the request of the Sheriff.

Perry Co. IN, passes its resolution of support for the Second Amendment

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Perry County, Indiana has passed a resolution in support of the Second Amendment according to a copy of a signed resolution that was emailed to us.

Martin County IN, pass Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution

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Attorney Lett upon the Commissioners request prepared and read aloud Resolution 2020-2, a Resolution of the Martin County Board of Commissioners to Preserve the Right to Keep and Bear Arms

Orange County IN, signs Second Amendment Resolution

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Signed by Commissioners and Sheriff the county passes a Second Amendment Resolution

Clark County IN, Commissioners and Sheriff sign Second Amendment Resolution

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Clark County Resolution 1-2020, received the approval of the Commissioners unanimously today at the February 20th meeting, declaring Clark County Indiana a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary.

Spencer County IN, Resolution regarding the Second Amendment

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Spencer County Indiana Board of Commissioners A Resolution regarding the Second Amendment

Harrison County IN, passes Second Amendment Resolution

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In a forward facing motion the Harrison Board of County Commissioners brought forth a resolution to defend the Second Amendment.