OCR 20-09 Second Amendment Sanctuary passed
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 Board of Commissioners voted to approve a resolution affirming the board's support of the U.S. Constitution with a vote of 6-1.
Two versions were brought forth one that had the word Sanctuary and one that removed it but all underlining wording remained. The first brought up was the one with
Should be seen as an embarrassment that those elected officials would not be willing to declare more for the people or even for the supreme law of the land that they swore the oath to.
After a Lengthy discussion by not only those in attendance but also by the board members a successful 4-2 vote was given to 'OK' a Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution.
The Allegan County Board of Commissioners passed the resolution unanimously declaring itself sanctuary status for the Second Amendment.
Charlevoix County is now a Second Amendment sanctuary county, nine citizens spoke in favor and only two in opposition. The board passed the resolution with 3 commissioners in favor and two in opposition.
Lake County MI, pass Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution
Menominee County Michigan, has taken up the Sanctuary title when it comes to citizens’ right to bear arms. Tuesday night the County’s Board of Commissioners voted 5-2 to approve a resolution declaring Menominee County a Second Amendment Sanctuary County