The Georgia Senate on Tuesday voted to let larger stadiums sell beer on Sundays and let limousine drivers offer their passengers cocktails.
Lawmakers didn’t take up a hotly debated measure that would pave the way for grocery and convenience stores to sell six-packs on the Sabbath. That measure was bottled up in a Senate committee last session. But a key supporter of the Sunday sales bill said that strong Senate support for the two booze bills on Tuesday gives the effort fresh momentum.
Maybe if the people of Gwinnett County riot over Sunday sales we’ll get it. That’s the whole deal with this stadium exception.