Allen County OH, release Proclamation reaffirming oath

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Allen County OH, release Proclamation reaffirming oath

Columbiana County OH, Fails to meet the minimum

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Falling well short of passing a resolution, or even a proclamation, Columbiana County Board of Commissioners simply sent a letter to a single individual.

Pike County OH, becomes Second Amendment sanctuary

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A Second Amendment sanctuary can take place in a city, county or state. In the designated area, resolutions have been adopted to oppose the enforcement of certain gun control measures passed by state and federal governments,

Noble County OH, signs resolution upholding the Constitution

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Noble County OH, released a resolution today that steered to the second amendment rights guaranteed by the Ohio and U.S. Constitutions, The document we have received seems to be missing a resolution number upon the document as we normally see in other states

Coshocton County OH, declaring support for the Second Amendment

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Coshocton County OH, declaring support for the Second Amendment

Brown County OH, passes a Second Amendment Resolution

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The Board of Brown County Commissioners voted on Monday Feb. 24th and passed unanimously a Second Amendment Resolution.

Scioto County, Ohio becomes 2A sanctuary county

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After opening the floor for comments from citizens briefly during their meeting Thursday morning, Commissioners voted to adopt a resolution declaring the opposition of Scioto County to any restrictions on the Second Amendment.

Wayne County OH, release a proclamation

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Instead they opted to release a proclamation that was not made in a meeting setting, was not on the county record and was simply released as a letterhead.

Vinton County OH, Adopts Second Amendment Gun Sanctuary County Resolution

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Vinton County Board of Commissioners pass resolution declaring county a gun sanctuary County. This Totals Ohio Counties to 7 with recent adoption by Pike

Clermont Co. OH, officials declare ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’

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Commissioners in Clermont County voted Monday to approve a resolution declaring the county a “Second Amendment sanctuary,” a growing movement among gun-rights advocates.
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