This seems to be how these people who are voted in to represent you operate, bowing down to state action instead of standing up for the very people they are suppose to represent.
Previously the resolution had been tabled due to some questions on the proposed content. The issues had been addressed by removal of two lines. Ultimately this change was acceptable by the commission and it passed unanimously.
Todd County MN, passed a resolution declaring "2nd Amendment Dedicated" to which it will refuse to appropriate resources to enforce unconstitutional restrictions on the right to keep and bear arms and will use all legal means to defend their citizen's 2nd Amendment rights.
After going through two separate votes to get the 'Second Amendment Dedicated County' resolution passed it did so unanimously.
The reading of the amended version of the resolution starts at 33:02 in the video. Public discussion starts at 37:35. At 41:16 the sheriff came to the podium and spoke favorably towards the resolution. 50:26 the resolution was brought up to adopted and was thusly voted upon with 5-0 in favor to pass.
A roll-call vote was made, Commissioners Les Nielson, Denny McNally, Gene Anderson and Craig Smith voted in favor; Commissioner Kathi Ellis was opposed, the resolution passed 4-1. The Kanabec County Board of Commissioners hereby declares Kanabec County, Minnesota, as a “Second Amendment Dedicated County”.
WHEREAS, the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution reads “A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” and
The Counties of Wadena, Clearwater and Marshall passed Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions similar to that of Roseau County passed days prior. Kittson, Pennington, Ottertail and Mille Lacs counties have votes planned in the coming days.
The Second Amendment Sanctuary County Committee presented the following motion: Motion by Commissioner Newland, seconded by Commissioner Titera and carried, to adopt the Resolution declaring Clearwater County as a Second Amendment Sanctuary County
Moved by Commissioner Stearns, seconded by Commissioner Monson to accept the Second Amendment Resolution
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