By Maya T. Prabhu - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Georgians may be one step closer to having a bloody mary with their Sunday morning brunch.
A Senate panel on Tuesday renewed the possibility of that happening when it narrowly approved a measure to bump the time for alcohol sales at privately owned restaurants and stores from 12:30 p.m. to 11 a.m. on Sundays.
To make the change, locals would have to approve a referendum.
The House passed similar legislation — dubbed the “better brunch bill” — in the past, but it stalled in the Senate.