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.

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

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

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

Huntington County, Indiana passes a Second Amendment Sanctuary Resolution

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On March 16, 2020, the Huntington County, Indiana Board of Commissioners passed a "Second Amendment Sanctuary Resolution".

Floyd County IN, pass pro-2A resolution

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Floyd County Indiana County Commissioners passed a resolution recognizing the Second Amendment and Constitutional right to keep and bear arms.

Scott County IN, pass Second Amendment Resolution

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Just after the meeting began the Second Amendment Resolution was read outloud, with no disagreements made by the public the board voted to approve and pass 3-0 Unanimously.

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
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