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The resolution to allow conceal carry for Beaufort County employees in most government buildings finally passed after 4 bites of the apple to do so.
 
This Second Amendment issue has been overly discussed, with the two Democratic Socialist commissioners stating their nonsupport, and the nominal Republicans on our board requesting revisions, with even the Board's attorney electing to take a political position to support his constituency.
This Second Amendment issue has been overly discussed, with the two Democratic Socialist commissioners stating their nonsupport, and the nominal Republicans on our board requesting revisions, with even the Board's attorney electing to take a political position to support his constituency.
 
With over nineteen years of county commissioner experience, and all of it in Beaufort County where Republicans have a robust history of voting like confirmed Democrats, one can immediately sense these probable outcomes, and then act accordingly.
With over nineteen years of county commissioner experience, and all of it in Beaufort County where Republicans have a robust history of voting like confirmed Democrats, one can immediately sense these probable outcomes, and then act accordingly.
 
Beaufort County's Commissioners, with a 5 to 2 Republican majority, voted 3 to 4 to effectively not support the Second Amendment rights of its citizens in relaton to its Beaufort County government buildings that currently restrict the rights for law abiding citizens to carry, concealed or otherwise.
Beaufort County's Commissioners, with a 5 to 2 Republican majority, voted 3 to 4 to effectively not support the Second Amendment rights of its citizens in relaton to its Beaufort County government buildings that currently restrict the rights for law abiding citizens to carry, concealed or otherwise.
 
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