Wood County Wisconsin Passes Pro-Second Amendment Resolution

On December 15, 2020 the Wood County Wisconsin Board of Supervisors passed a Pro-Second Amendment Resolution with a vote of 12-7.

Dodge County Advocates the Constitutional Rights of its Citizens

On August 18, 2020 Dodge County's Board of Supervisors voted 29-1 to be a Constitutional Rights Sanctuary County.

Grant County, WI Passes Resolution in Support of Second Amendment Rights

On July 21, 2020, Grant County, passed a resolution in support of the 2nd Amendment of the US Constitution and Article 1, Section 25 of the WI Constitution.

Sawyer County, WI passes Second Amendment Reaffirmation Resolution

On July 16, 2020, Sawyer County's Board of Supervisors passed a resolution reaffirming their commitment to the Second Amendment and the Right to Bear Arms.

Washington County, WI passes a Constitutional Rights Resolution

On July 8, 2020 the County Board of Supervisors of Washington County, WI passed a resolution reaffirming their oaths to support the US and WI Constitutions.

Marquette County WI, declares a Constitutional Sanctuary County

The Marquette County board overwhelmingly passed Resolution 23-2020 declaring itself a Constitutional Sanctuary County.

Waukesha County, WI Passes Resolution in Support of the Right to Bear Arms

On May 26, 2020 the Board of Supervisors of Waukesha County, Wisconsin passed a resolution supporting the right of the people to keep and bear arms.

Polk County WI, County Board of Supervisors makes county a Second Amendment Sanctuary

Board of Supervisors designate Polk County as a Second Amendment Sanctuary County, and passed that resolution by a 10-5 vote.

Oneida County WI, passes Second Amendment Resolution

Oneida County Board opposes any executive or legislative action under consideration by the Governor and/or the Wisconsin State Legislature, which would abrogate, diminish, or in any way infringe upon the full legal rights of due process

Monroe County WI, becomes a Second Amendment sanctuary

Monroe County Wisconsin declared its support for the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution by a 15-1 vote. The resolution also had the support of the County Sheriff and the District Attorney.
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