Brunch Bill

Brunch Bill

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Source: Augusta Chronicle Georgians reluctant to patronize bars during the coronavirus pandemic will be able to have adult beverages delivered to...

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Source: WXTL.com Valdosta businesses seen green on Sunday after finally being allowed to sell alcohol during late breakfast hours. Thanks to the...

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The Georgia Restaurant Association (GRA) was instrumental in the passage of SB 17, also known as the Brunch Bill. After more than four years of...

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