Can you buy alcohol in georgia on sunday?
In 2011, Georgia's general assembly enacted legislation allowing counties and cities to permit Sunday packaged alcohol sales, if the sales were approved by voters in the specific city/county. Restaurant/bar alcohol sales on Sunday have long been permitted. In November, 2011, a number of counties and cities put measures on their ballots allowing Sunday sales. In most of the places where such vote was held (all of the metro Atlanta ones), voters passed resolutions allowing sales. The counties and cities are then permitted to enact ordinances to allow sales. While some began allowing sales as quickly as one week after the vote, some others (notably the city of Atlanta) delayed the introduction of the new rules until January 1, 2012. Presently, Sunday package sales are permitted in a minority of cities and counties. So, to directly answer your question, it depends on where it Georgia. Georgia has 159 counties and 535 cities, so there are quite a few local governments that will each have to answer this question. It is anticipated that places allowing such sales will quickly become the majority, as local governments continue to hold elections.
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