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Georgia Senate Votes to Reduce Alcohol Sales Laws

LCT Staff
Posted on February 27, 2008

ATLANTA — The Georgia Senate voted to let larger stadiums sell beer on Sundays and let limousine drivers offer their passengers cocktails. The second bill would allow limousine carriers to get a liquor license and sell alcohol to their customers. Sponsored by state Sen. Don Balfour, R-Snellville, it passed 40-11. Both bills now move to the House.

Georgia is one of only three states that don't allow the sale of any alcohol at stores on Sunday. The other two are Connecticut and Indiana.

Source: WGCL TV Atlanta

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