Delta County, Michigan becomes a Sanctuary County for Businesses

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On January 11, 2021, the Delta County, MI Board of Commissioners passed a resolution in support of businesses locked down due to COVID19.

Update! Alcona Co. MI, passed new 2A Resolution now including the word “Sanctuary”

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Gun rights supporters crowded the Alcona County courthouse this morning, hoping to see their county declared a 2nd amendment sanctuary. While there is no legality behind this title, it does show that the county supports gun rights for their citizens.

Shiawassee Co., MI declared a Second Amendment Sanctuary County

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The Shiawassee County, Michigan Board of Commissioners declared their county to be a Second Amendment Sanctuary on July 16, 2020.

Mason County MI, pass Second Amendment Resolution

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The Mason County Board of Commissioners passed a Second Amendment resolution on a 6-1 vote during its regular meeting at the Mason County Airport.

The Northern Tyrant Governor Bans Guns from State Capital

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May 7 2020, Michigan Republicans sought to strip State Governor Whitmer of her emergency powers, after unconstitutional restrictions.

Gladwin County MI, adopts Second Amendment Sanctuary

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Gladwin County MI, adopts Second Amendment Sanctuary through unanimous vote

Van Buren County MI, ok’s Second Amendment resolution

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This board urges all our elected state and federal officials to diligently protect and preserve these rights and further that we communicate this intention to them.

Otsego County MI, pass ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary’ resolution

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OCR 20-09 Second Amendment Sanctuary passed

Branch County MI, approves Second Amendment support resolution without ‘Sanctuary’ terminology

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A petition of more than 600 signatures were turned in, the board did not pass the resolution that was submitted to them by the people and instead went the route of not using the term 'Sanctuary' due to negative connection to illegal immigration.

Mecosta County MI, Commissioners adopt a Support for the Constitution resolution

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Mecosta County Board of Commissioners voted to approve a resolution affirming the board's support of the U.S. Constitution with a vote of 6-1.
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