Tonight the number of counties who have passed support for second amendment resolutions has increased in Indiana. By a vote of 3-0 the resolution passed at around 5:30PM.
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.
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
In a forward facing motion the Harrison Board of County Commissioners brought forth a resolution to defend the Second Amendment.
ass County, Indiana passed its Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance. Which brings the states total to four counties including also Franklin, Switzerland and Jennings.
Grant County Indiana has passed and recorded a "Support of Gun Owners Rights" resolution, but the citizens are not pleased even though something got passed
On February 8, 2021, the Warrick County, Indiana Board of Commissioners declared their county a Second Amendment Sanctuary County.
On May 4, 2021, Mooresville, Indiana Town Councilors passed a resolution in support of the Second Amendment.
A motion was made by Kim Cronk and seconded by Ed Yanos to approve Resolution 2-12-001-2020, A resolution in Support of the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. Motion carried Unanimously
The sheriff in Jennings County, Indiana signed a resolution Friday to claim Second Amendment sanctuary status for the county.