Hardin County Supervisors (from left) Lance Granzow, Renee McClellan and BJ Hoffman unanimously approved making Hardin County a Second Amendment Sanctuary county on Wednesday.

The Hardin County Board of Supervisors took another step Wednesday toward welcoming in-person public attendance at its weekly meetings.

Following a lengthy discussion, the board agreed to implement a badge tag system that will require the public to check in at the building's east vestibule. Upon arrival, a person will pick up a tag that allows them in-person access to meetings, which are held in the downstairs conference room at the courthouse.

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