Yavapai County Board of Supervisors
Resolution declaring Yavapai County a “Second Amendment Sanctuary County”
Wed Feb 5, 9:00
Yavapai County Bldg.
1015 Fair Street Prescott, AZ 86305
County office doors will be open around 8:30 a.m.
It is still unclear if the Board will allow the public to speak.
Public Participation Forms (green sheet) are available in the Boardroom on the day of the meeting. Please come with prepared statements.
NOTE: Please get their early because if you are not seated, you cannot make a statement to the Board.
Here is their agenda.
Click here to read the Resolution declaring Yavapai County a Second Amendment Sanctuary County.
If you wish to voice your opinion on any attempt to pass a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary Resolution in Yavapai County please do so.
Here is an example of what you could write or say in your message:
“I wish to voice my opposition to the acceptance of any “2nd Amendment Sanctuary ordinance” brought before the board. America is built on the rule of law and the law of the United States is the Constitution. Federal law is primary. Ignoring the rule of law endangers all citizens of Yavapai County.
Thank you and your attorney(s) for realizing that a 2nd Amendment Ordinance or Resolution is not legal and will not stand in court.
|Rowle P. Simmons – firstname.lastname@example.org –|
Phone : (928) 771-3206
Thomas Thurman – email@example.com –
Phone: (928) 771-3393
Randy Garrison – firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (928) 639-8110
Craig Brown email@example.com
Phone: (928) 771-3207
Mary Mallory –firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (928) 771-3207
What is a Second Amendment Sanctuary Resolution?
- Second Amendment Sanctuary Resolutionresolutions oppose enforcement of universal gun background checks, high capacity magazine bans, assault weapon bans, red flag laws.
- Passing a resolution declares that restrictive gun control laws, such as red flag law proposed by Gov. Ducey, another legislative body passes are unconstitutional and will not be enforced.
- These resolutions do not carry the force of law. (But laws need somebody to enforce them, and many sheriffs and police officers in counties where Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions have been passed support their communities’ decisions, or at the bare minimum, aren’t willing to stringently enforce the legislatures’ laws.)
- Second Amendment sanctuaries refuse to dedicate resources to enforcing things like “red flag” laws and bans on certain weapons.
READ more about other 2nd Amendment Resolutions across the country:
- Northern Arizona county declares itself ‘Second Amendment sanctuary county
- Another Virginia County Says It Won’t Abide By New Gun Laws. Can It Do That?
- Virginia counties are declaring themselves ‘sanctuaries’ for Second Amendment.
Mojave county is first Arizona county to pass Second Amendment sanctuary resolution.
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