Persistence pays

GALLATIN, Tennessee – After nearly four hours of the regular monthly meeting of the Sumner County Board of County Commissioners, a Second Amendment Sanctuary County Resolution was passed Monday evening by a vote of 18 to 4.

The end result and the vote somewhat belies the battle that took place for the passage of the resolution.

That battle started at the Sumner County Commission’s Legislative Committee meeting on February 10, when the original Second Amendment Sanctuary County Resolution was presented on behalf of citizens’ request by Commissioner Jeremy Mansfield (R-District 11) (pictured above left with Commissioner Moe Taylor, right, along with Sumner County Stands United organizers).

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