KENOSHA, WI (WLIP)–Two proposals set for discussion by several of the Kenosha County Board’s subcommittees are already garnering public attention and criticism.

The first proposal relates to second-amendment issues-such as allowing conceal and carry in some Kenosha County Buildings.

Another proposal would make Kenosha County a 2nd Amendment “sanctuary” community.

At this week’s County Board Meeting, local activist Veronica King spoke against the proposals.

A “sanctuary” county would mean federal gun regulations deemed in violation of the 2nd Amendment, would not be enforced by the county.

As Kenosha moves into the “high” category for Covid-19 cases more mobile vaccination clinics have been announced.

The first will be Friday May 20th from 8:15 to 9:15 AM at the Grace Welcome Center in Kenosha’s Uptown.

Another mobile clinic will be held there on Tuesday May 24th from 4 until 5 PM.

Sunday May 22nd the Coleman Chapel AME Church will host a mobile clinic from 12:30 to 1:30 PM.

There’s no cost and no ID or insurance is needed.

The clinics are open to anyone 5 or older and you can choose which vaccine you receive.

As an incentive a $25 Visa gift card will be available to those who get a vaccine dose while supplies last.