After years of hand-wringing and hangovers, Governor Nathan Deal on Tuesday signed into law the long awaited ‘Brunch Bill’ which allows for alcohol sales in restaurants starting at 11:00 AM on Sundays. The bill, sponsored this year by state Sen. Renee Unterman, was pushed hard by the state’s restaurant industry, including by its largest advocacy group the Georgia Restaurant Association. While local communities still have to vote to pass it, the impending upgrade for brunchers statewide has their ships RISING…
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