The Fremont County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday authorized a decision declaring itself a Second Modification sanctuary county.
Board Chair Dwayne McFall spearheaded the initiative that addresses HB19-1177, “Excessive Danger Safety Orders,” additionally known as a “Pink Flag” invoice, stating that the proposed invoice does away with due course of and violates the Second Modification.
The board’s decision pledges its assist for the county sheriff to not implement any unconstitutional firearms regulation in opposition to any citizen and states that it “won’t authorize or acceptable authorities funds, sources, staff, businesses, contractors, buildings, detention facilities or places of work for the aim of imposing regulation that unconstitutionally infringes on the best of the individuals to maintain and bear arms.”
The crimson flag invoice would permit regulation enforcement, a member of the family or a family member to ask a decide to briefly take away firearms from homeowners believed to have a excessive threat of harming themselves or others. The decide would maintain a listening to to resolve whether or not to grant that order for as much as 14 days.
Throughout these two weeks, all of the events must seem earlier than the decide, who would then decide whether or not the firearms must be stored for as much as 364 days.
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