Itasca County in Minnesota becomes a Second Amendment Sanctuary County, vowing to uphold the Second Amendment and oppose any efforts to infringe Second Amendment Rights.
On April 21, 2020, Hubbard County, Minnesota Commissioners declared their county a Second Amendment Dedicated County.
The Crow Wing County Board unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday, 23 June 2020, declaring its dedication to the Second Amendment.
McLeod County passed a resolution affirming the belief that "all federal acts, laws, orders, rules or regulations regarding firearms are a violation of the Second Amendment. " with a vote of 3-2.
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
On March 7, 2023, Traverse County, Minnesota Commissioners passed a resolution declaring Traverse County a Second Amendment Dedicated County.
Roseau County has declared itself a Second Amendment “sanctuary county,” joining hundreds of jurisdiction across the country.
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.
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