SB 10, legislation that would allow local communities to vote on whether or not to allow Sunday alcohol sales, has cleared the Senate Rules Committee and will get an up or down vote tomorrow on the floor:
A bill that could allow the sale of alcohol in stores on Sundays will get a long-awaited vote in the Georgia Senate Wednesday, and supporters and opponents are feverishly lining up commitments from lawmakers.
The Senate Rules Committee today added the bill to the list of 50 measures that will be considered by the full Senate.
Sen. John Bulloch, R-Ochlocknee, the bill’s sponsor, said he isn’t sure of the outcome of the vote.
“There will be some red votes and some green votes,” Bulloch said. “I have no idea.”
Those that would restrict your personal choice to buy a perfectly legal product are actively working to kill this measure. I suggest you start calling Senators and politely ask them to support SB 10.