As reported by WILX the Jackson county Board of Commissioners the vote passed with 6-2.
Berrien County commissioners on Thursday unanimously reaffirmed their commitment to the U.S. Constitution, especially the Second Amendment.
The Ionia County BOC unanimously voted at its Tuesday, Feb. 11, meeting to pass a resolution declaring the county as a “Second Amendment Sanctuary County.”
13 Michigan counties had passed resolutions to become Second Amendment Sanctuary (2A Sanctuary) counties, and on Thursday, Lapeer County became the only one to have passed two separate resolutions.
Was announced on Facebook through an attendee of the meeting and we were supplied with a copy of the proposed resolution. We have been informed that the resolution was passed. The vote was 3-2 Cory Barr and John Shiner voted no on the motion.
On the 13th Feb 2020, At around 5:15 PM the word was passed on that Chippewa County Michigan and passed its Second Amendment Sanctuary Resolution by Randy Bishop who is radio host for 97.7 WCHY.
Oceana County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a Second Amendment rights resolution on Thursday, Feb. 13, as reported by Oceana County Press
12 Feb 2020 Just in: Per Michigan for 2A Sanctuary Counties on Facebook and R. Bishop: "MONTMORENCY COUNTY, became the ELEVENTH (11TH) 2nd Amendment...
With counties around the state considering "Second Amendment sanctuary” resolutions, the Bay County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday, Feb. 11, opted for a different approach to the issue.
ollowing recommendations from their legal counsel, Emmet County commissioners chose not to pass a “Second Amendment Sanctuary” community resolution Monday.