It's safe to say Illinois is fed up.
Via the Herald-Whig:
Adams County could soon be declared a sanctuary for gun owners, directly contradicting proposed changes to state gun laws.
The Adams County Board's Legislative and Judicial Committee voted Tuesday night to bring before the full County Board a resolution declaring that Adams County might not enforce changes made to gun laws. First passed by Effingham County last month, similar measures have been adopted in at least four other Illinois counties. Adams County is crafting a resolution that will mirror Effingham's. The County Board will vote on the resolution at next week's meeting.
"This is purely symbolic," said Legislative and Judicial Committee Chairman Ryan Niekamp, R-2. "Many people in the community have been asking that we do something about this."
If approved, the resolution would not be legally binding, but it would still leave Adams County State's Attorney Gary Farha with a difficult decision: to adhere to the legislation or to the will of Adams County's large base of Second Amendment supporters.
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