Franklin County, IN Passes 2nd Amendment Preservation Ordinance

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Franklin County, Indiana joined them by passing a 2nd Amendment Preservation Ordinance. It passed unanimously, and County Commissioner Scott M. McDonough says they mean business.

Mooresville, Indiana is declared a Second Amendment Sanctuary

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On May 4, 2021, Mooresville, Indiana Town Councilors passed a resolution in support of the Second Amendment.

Kosciusko County, Indiana is now a Constitutional Rights Sanctuary

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Kosciusko County, Indiana passed a Constitutional Rights Sanctuary Resolution and Ordinance on December 22, 2020.

Switzerland Co. Indiana, passes Second Amendment Ordinance.

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Second Amendment Ordinance passed in Switzerland County Indiana back in 2013

Orange County IN, signs Second Amendment Resolution

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

Lawrence County IN, named Second Amendment Sanctuary

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In opposition to any law or regulation that is repugnant to or infringes upon the rights of all citizens as guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States and the State of Indiana

Pike County IN, resolution to support and defend the second amendment

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RESOLUTION NO 2020-04 RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF AND DEFENSE OF THE SECOND AMENDMENT TO THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION AND ARTICLE 1, SECTION 32 OF THE INDIANA CONSTITUTION

Clay County IN, pass support for the Second Amendment resolution

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Board of Commissioners supports the right of individuals to keep and bear arms

Noble County IN, adopts Second Amendment Support Resolution

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Noble County Board of Commissioners hereby expresses its continued commitment to support all provisions of the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Indiana

Steuben County IN, Sheriff releases proclamation to uphold Constitution

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Second amendment rights are under question in many areas of the country with the unstable political climate among Republicans and Democrats, and in lieu of such tension Steuben County Sheriff Rodney L. Robinson released a proclamation on Wednesday on the issue.