As of Thursday night, Sullivan County is the newest ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary County’ in Tennessee. A declaration of support for the Second Amendment was approved at the county commission meeting.
Blount County is now the second county in Tennessee to become a Second Amendment sanctuary. It is a symbolic move by commission, but supporters say it sends a message that Blount County will protect citizens from tighter gun laws.
Benton County TN, unanimously passes "Second Amendment Sanctuary"
On April 27, 2020, the Hartsville/Trousdale County, TN County Commission passed RESOLUTION #2020-10-685, becoming a Second Amendment Sanctuary County.
Per Facebook post by Concerned Citizens of McNairy County Facebook page "Resolution 20-001 Passed UNANIMOUSLY by the Commission body present. McNairy County is now a Second Amendment Sanctuary County in the state of Tennessee"
Gun control made an appearance at the Johnson County Commissioners meeting on Thursday, December 19. Commissioners gathered in an adjoining room for a closed session discussion
The Board of Commissioners of Knox County, Tennessee will not authorize or appropriate government funds, resources, employees, agencies, contractors, buildings, or Offices for the purpose of enforcing or assisting in the enforcement of any element of such acts, laws, orders, mandates, rules or regulation that infringe on the right by the people to keep and bear arms
Resolution 2020-07 (Resolution of the Governing Body of Coffee County, Tennessee declaring Coffee County, Tennessee, a Second Amendment Sanctuary County) was brought up as part B of the counties New Business on Tuesday 10th of March 2020. The resolution was passed with a vote of 23-0.
After a earlier days rally and more than two dozen speakers, the Sumner County Board of Commissioners voted to declare the county as a Second Amendment Sanctuary. The vote has been stated as a split vote but does not state how many total voted.
Hickman County, Tennessee, County Commission, Motion was made by Keith Nash and seconded by Austin Page to approve Resolution 20-05. Upon roll call vote 15 commissioners voted yes. Steve Phillips, lionel Barrett and James Hassell voted no. Kate Baldridge, John Deal and Ronny George were absent. (15 yes, 3 no, 3 absent) Motion passed by roll call vote.