Commissioners OK 2nd Amendment sanctuary resolution

Dennis Mansfield

KALKASKA — Kalkaska County joined the growing chorus of townships and counties across Michigan to declare itself a Second Amendment sanctuary, when the Kalkaska County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution at a special meeting Thursday, Feb. 6.

Though, in passing the resolution on a 7-0 vote, commissioners stated Kalkaska County is “declared to be a Second Amendment Sanctuary County,” as well as that the county board would support the prosecuting attorney and sheriff “in the exercise of their sound discretion to not enforce against any citizen an unconstitutional firearms law.”

According to District No. 3 Commissioner Kohn Fisher, chairman of the county board, however, commissioners were set to discuss broader, alternative resolutions while also supporting individual gun rights. 


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