Grenada County MS, passes Second Amendment Resolution

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Per the Grenada County Sheriff's Office Facebook page. We are proud to announce that the Grenada County Board of Supervisors passed the Second Amendment Safe Haven Resolution

George County MS, passes 2nd Amendment Safe Haven

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George County Mississippi unanimously passed 2nd Amendment Sanctuary resolution this morning at the Board Of Supervisors meeting at 9:00 am

Stone County MS, passes Second Amendment Safe Haven resolution

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Per local M. Fenton a Board of Supervisors meeting attendee on Facebook granted us confirmation of the passing of the Stone County Mississippi resolution to become a Second Amendment Safe Haven was passed. The meeting began at 9:00 AM this morning the 18th of Feb 2020.

Union County MS, now a Second Amendment ‘safe haven’

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The Union County Mississippi Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a resolution in support of citizens’ Second Amendment rights.

Alcorn County MS, Supervisors pass firearm ‘safe haven’ resolution.

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Local residents seeking to curb gun control laws found favor with the Alcorn County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.

Rankin County MS, passes ‘Safe Haven’ for Second Amendment

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Rankin County MS, passes 'Safe Haven' for Second Amendment

Madison County, Mississippi Passes Second Amendment Safe Haven Resolution

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On February 3rd, 2020, the Madison County, Mississippi Board of Supervisors passed a Second Amendment Safe Haven Resolution by a unanimous vote.

Lincoln County MS, Second Amendment Sanctuary bid successful

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A grassroots effort to earn Second Amendment Sanctuary status for Lincoln County proved successful Monday as supervisors passed the resolution 5-0 with little discussion.

Tishomingo County is now a Second Amendment Sanctuary County.

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Tishomingo County is now a Second Amendment Sanctuary County.

Lawrence County MS, now a Second Amendment sanctuary county

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The resolution opposes any efforts to “unconstitutionally restrict” Second Amendment rights through any “legal means at its disposal.” These means include withholding public funds, and directing local law enforcement to not enforce “an unconstitutional law.”