Anderson County, Tennessee passed its Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution by a slim margin of one vote.
According to the report by Southern Standard Warren County passed a resolution deeming the county a Second Amendment Sanctuary
February 11th, our Henderson County Commission met and I presented to them a resolution to become a Sanctuary City for the Second Amendment,” said Henderson county Mayor Eddie Bray.
Overton County Tennessee Commissioners approved a resolution protecting second amendment rights when they met last night.
the Washington County Commission approved a resolution declaring support for the Second Amendment in a 12-2 vote. Commissioners Jodi Jones and Larry England were opposed. Mike Ford was absent.
The Rutherford County Commission Public Safety Committee’s unanimous vote came in a meeting on Monday, Jan. 27. Committee Chairman Pettus Read sponsored the symbolic resolution, which must appear before the Steering, Legislative & Governmental Committee on Monday, Feb. 3. Then, it would appear before the full commission, likely in February.
Commission joined other Lakeway Area counties in becoming a Second Amendment sanctuary county Monday night as an overflow crowd spilled into the hallway at Hawkins County Courthouse.
Hawkins County TN, commission approves Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution, Grainger, Hancock listed.
The Hawkins County Commission meeting room was filled beyond capacity Monday evening, with people packed into nearly every square inch of audience space and spilling into the hallway as commissioners unanimously approved their Second Amendment sanctuary county resolution.
On Monday night, applause broke out during the Wilson County commissioners meeting after commissioners voted for final approval of the ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary County’ resolution.
Commission members in Grundy County and Sequatchie County have voted to have their counties be official "Second Amendment Sanctuaries."