The Lee County Board of Supervisors hereby expresses its intent that public funds of the county not be used to restrict the Second Amendment rights of the citizens of Lee County or to aid federal or state agencies in the restriction of said rights.
Simpson County Board of Supervisors approved to adopt a Second Amendment Resolution. The resolution was approved with a vote of 4-1 with Supervisor Mitchell Chatman of District 1 voting against. The article being very bias and not showing the view of those who brought up the resolution, the writer only used quotes from someone who was against the resolution.
The Prentiss County board of Supervisors passed a resolution declaring their support for the second amendment right to keep and bear arms and their commitment to resist any law infringing or restricting those legal rights on the 20th of Feb 2020.
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
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.”
Tishomingo County is now a Second Amendment Sanctuary County.
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors approved a pro-Second Amendment resolution approved 3-2.
The Union County Mississippi Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a resolution in support of citizens’ Second Amendment rights.
As reported by a local of Neshoba County through the Citizens Militia Of Mississippi the vote to becomes a Second Amendment Safe Haven was passed with a vote of 4 in favor and 1 in opposition.