On January 14, 2021 the Tuscola County, MI Board of Commissioners passed a Constitutional Second Amendment Sanctuary Resolution.
The Shiawassee County, Michigan Board of Commissioners declared their county to be a Second Amendment Sanctuary on July 16, 2020.
OCR 20-09 Second Amendment Sanctuary passed
Antrim County Commissioners passed a similar resolution affirming broader constitutional rights, however they struck language on "second amendment sanctuaries."
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.
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.
The state resolution mirrors a grassroots effort at the county level. The Sanilac County Board of Commissioners voted to pass the first reading of a resolution to make the county a Second Amendment sanctuary.
At 9AM on the 25th of Feb 2020, Clinton County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution to becomes a Second Amendment Sanctuary County with a unanimous vote of 7-0.
Board to review documents provided to the Board for review of the requested Resolution supporting the 2nd Amendment
Delta County approving the symbolic resolution allows them to follow in the footsteps of a handful of others in the state.