GREEN BAY, WI (Ben Caxton) — After a marathon session Wednesday night, the Brown County Board deadlocked on a Second Amendment sanctuary resolution. `Supervisors listened to dozens of people who wanted to see the county make a statement to lawmakers in Madison about the Second Amendment. The non-binding resolution would re-enforce the county’s support for the 2nd amendment and the right to bear arms. That’s after an earlier version, allowing the county sheriff to ignore changes in gun laws was voted down. The tie vote means Brown County will not make any declaration.` Florence County supervisors approved a similar resolution in November, and the Merrill city council passed one this week.