Should Alcohol be Sold on Sundays in Georgia? Georgia Senate Bill 10.
The purpose of the survey is to gain insight into public opinion and to stimulate productive debate and discussion about the bill. Results will be sent directly to Governor Nathan Deal and the Senate.
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February 18, 2011 (FPRC) -- On February 2, 2011, the Georgia Senate State and Local Governmental Operations Committee approved a bill that proposes to allow the selling of alcohol by retailers on Sundays in the state of Georgia. Georgia is one of three states to ban retail alcohol sales on Sunday, however, beer, wine and liquor purchases are welcomed at most bars and restaurants. Former Governor Sunny Purdue had opposed alcohol sales on Sunday, however, new Governor Nathan Deal believes that the decision should be left to the people of the community. If the bill is passed and signed by Governor Deal, residents will have the right to vote on this issue by the fall.
Matter Of Opinion (MOO), an Atlanta based website and bipartisan concept, posted a new survey on February 8, 2011. MOO is asking surveyors to post their opinions about the decisions being made on Georgia Blue Laws. Are Sunday alcohol sales offensive to the religious community? Do you think the bill will become a law? The purpose of the survey is to gain insight into public opinion and to stimulate productive debate and discussion about the bill. Results will be sent directly to Governor Nathan Deal and the Senate.
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Our political system was originally designed to be for the people, by the people. But too often the decision-making process excludes us...the people. Matter Of Opinion was created to change that.
Matter Of Opinion (MOO) is a new social media survey site that does what most media companies choose not to do. We deliver your opinions directly to those people involved in the decision-making, so that your voice is heard. MOO encourages its users to answer simple survey questions on important issues that affect our communities and impact our lives. MOO utilizes sophisticated technology that allows users to easily share the survey with others MOO'ers (anonymously or registered)and/or embed the survey into Facebook and Twitter accounts as a means to encourage others to share in the discussion. To become part of what we're doing at MOO, simply visit us at www.matterofopinion.com.
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