The Commissioners of Huron County Michigan passed a resolution that they refused to use the term 'Sanctuary' in.
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.
Dickenson County decided to support the Constitution as a whole instead of limiting the resolution to a single amendment or declaring itself a sanctuary after several community members brought it to the committee. The vote to pass the resolution was unanimous.
At around 9:00PM it was reported on Facebook by Randy Bishop of Michigan for 2A Sanctuary Group that Livingston County Michigan had unanimously 6-0 passed its Second Amendment Sanctuary Resolution after much debate the last couple of weeks.
St. Clair County is now on the growing list of Michigan counties supporting the right for citizen’s to keep and bear arms. Commissioners on Thursday adopted a revised resolution reaffirming second amendment rights.
Per the reporting by Cadillac News, Wexford County voted 9-0 to pass a resolution in support of the second amendment.
Per a report by WILX Eaton County passed a resolution that did not use the word sanctuary but did reaffirm their support of the people to keep and bear arms.
As reported by WILX the Jackson county Board of Commissioners the vote passed with 6-2.
In response, an alternative resolution was approved that the Monroe County Board of Commissioners would “uphold the U.S. and Michigan constitutions.”
Berrien County commissioners on Thursday unanimously reaffirmed their commitment to the U.S. Constitution, especially the Second Amendment.