2nd Amendment Resolution Agenda Is Item 4 on the Franklin County Commissioner Feb 4, 2013

Franklin County Commissioners to Vote on 2nd Amendment Resolution

Mon. February 4, 2013, 7 PM

Please come and show your support for our 2nd Amendment rights!
Help us make Franklin County the 2nd County to pass a 2nd Amendment Resolution.

Sheriff Jerry Jones just issued a letter to the citizens announcing his full support of the 2nd Amendment and now the citizens for Franklin County have petitioned our County Commissioners to approve our Resolution to Preserve and Defend the United States Constitution and North Carolina Constitution.

Franklin County Commissioner meeting February 4, 2013 @ 7:00pm
113 Market Street
Louisburg NC

County Administration Building (upstairs)
 
For More Information:
Roger Lytle
Ph: 919-269-6384

Action Alert – 2nd Amendment Resolution for Franklin County, NC

Franklin County Commissioners to Vote on
Amendment Resolution
February 4, 2013

Please come and show your support for our 2nd Amendment rights!

Help us make Franklin County the 2nd County to pass a 2nd Amendment Resolution.

Sheriff Jones just issued a letter to the citizens announcing his full support of the 2nd Amendment and now the citizens for Franklin County have petitioned our County Commissioners to approve our Resolution to Preserve and Defend the United States Constitution and North Carolina Constitution (attached)

Franklin County Commissioner meeting February 4, 2013 @ 7:00pm

113 Market Street, Louisburg NC – County Administration Building (upstairs)

If you have any questions please contact We The People of Franklin County Patriots

Facilitators Dee Sams / Ph: 919-868-0431 / deezer60@earthlink.net  or Roger Lytle / Ph: 919-269-6384 /rogerlytle@bellsouth.net

 A Resolution to Preserve and Defend the United States Constitution
and
North Carolina Constitution

Whereas: The Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution states “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed;” and

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