The resolution stemmed from a state bill that didn't pass that would have allowed police to confiscate guns from residents flagged as dangerous.
on behalf of the citizens of Loudon County, TN, the Loudon County Commission state and accept as true
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.
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.
Polk County has declared itself to be a sanctuary – not for illegal immigrants, but for law-abiding gun owners.
Dyer County commissioners unanimously approved a resolution supporting the Second Amendment during its Monday night meeting.
The resolution condemns any violations of the Second Amendment, declares them unconstitutional, and therefore null and void. It also calls on the Sheriff to take all measures as may be necessary to prevent the enforcement of any federal acts
The Madison County Commission passed its 2nd Amendment Preservation Resolution on February 19, 2013. It passed with 18 Yes, 6 No and 1 Absent.