Atlanta (WAOK)- The Loganville City Council has decided to waste no time and will add the issue of Sunday alcohol sales on the November ballot. So far, Smyrna and Kennesaw have been considering placing similar referendums on ballots in the fall. The Georgia Legislature this year  approved a bill allowing local voters to decide whether they want alcohol sales in their communities on Sundays.  Loganville lawmakers say businesses are anxious to receive the revenue they expect to make from Sunday alcohol sales.

Comments (2)
  1. Gerry From Loganville by way of OIF/OEF says:

    Where is LOGANVILLE!!??

  2. Sarah says:

    Make money selling alcohol on Sunday, the day that is supposed to be holy according to your bible, while the courts system makes money with DWI arrests from those who cannot control their drinking… How hypocritical these christian conservatives sound…

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