Polk County has declared itself to be a sanctuary – not for illegal immigrants, but for law-abiding gun owners.
Henry County Tennessee Board of Commissioners passed a Resolution in support of the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution.
This resolution is to affirm that Monroe County will "stand as a bastion against the rising tide of anti-Second Amendment sentiment," a release from the county said.
On April 27, 2020, the Hartsville/Trousdale County, TN County Commission passed RESOLUTION #2020-10-685, becoming a Second Amendment Sanctuary County.
The Cumberland County Commission hereby expresses its intent to uphold the Second Amendment rights of the citizens of Cumberland County and its intent that public funds of the county not be used to restrict Second Amendment rights or to aid in the unnecessary and unconstitutional restrictions of the rights under the Second Amendment of the citizens of Cumberland County to bear arms. The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners hereby declares its intent to oppose unconstitutional restrictions on the right to keep and bear arms through such legal means as may be expedient. The Cumberland County Commission hereby declares Cumberland County as a “Second Amendment Sanctuary.
Weakley County, Tennessee, is officially declared a Second Amendment sanctuary county which recognizes the inalienable right of its law-abiding citizens to keep and bear arms
Anderson County, Tennessee passed its Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution by a slim margin of one vote.
On February 18th, 2020 the Maury County Commission passed a resolution reaffirming its support of the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution.
The Madison County Commission passed its 2nd Amendment Preservation Resolution on February 19, 2013. It passed with 18 Yes, 6 No and 1 Absent.
Commissioners in Jefferson County said it was important to them and members of the community to show support for the Second Amendment.