Feb 25 2020 the Cumberland County Freeholders pass a second amendment friendly resolution
We as a group are doing amazing things. The passing of the resolution in ocean county is a great step in protecting our second amendment. We can make a difference! Let's keep this momentum and get every town on board. Thank you to all who have made this possible and to all who made it to the meeting tonight!
In a vote of 5 to 0 the Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders passed the acceptance of a Second Amendment Resolution. The majority of those in attendance were in support of the resolution. Supporting verification below by the New Jersey Herald.
Town of Phillipsburg Resolution 2020-57 was passed after outcry from the primarily Republican population of the town.
On February 5, 2020, Salem County, New Jersey was Declared a Second Amendment / Lawful Gun Owner County by a unanimous vote.
Expressing their intent to uphold the Second Amendment rights of the citizens of Warren County, the Board of Chosen Freeholders unanimously passed a resolution declaring Warren a “Second Amendment / Lawful Gun Owner County.”
At its Feb. 11 meeting, Dennis Township Committee unanimously approved a resolution declaring the municipality a "Second Amendment/Lawful Gun Owner Sanctuary," mirroring similar resolutions passed by other county municipalities, as well as county freeholders.
Cape May County becomes the first Sanctuary County in the State of New Jersey after a recent meeting of their Board of Chosen Freeholders.
A New Jersey town council approved a resolution last week that proclaimed it a “sanctuary township” for law-abiding gun owners.