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Before this, cities and counties of sufficiently large populations such as most of Metro Atlanta already had Sunday alcohol sales at bars and restaurants, with local ordinances to abide by, such as having a certain amount of food sales in order to be opened and serve alcohol.Exceptions were also made by the drink at festivals and large events. on Sundays only at "supermarkets", defined as stores with "not less than 10,000 square feet of floor space" that sell a "variety of food and household products", including fruits, vegetables, meat and poultry; the stores must have a minimum of 25% of their floor area in use for retail sales other than alcohol.Carry-out alcohol sales were strictly prohibited on Sundays until 2010, when the State amended its laws to permit qualified breweries to sell local brews for carryout (generally growlers).Restaurants and taverns can generally still serve alcoholic beverages.Iowa Code 322.3 states that a licensed car dealership cannot either directly or through an agent, salesperson, or employee, engage in Iowa, or represent or advertise that the person is engaged or intends to engage in Iowa, in the business of buying or selling at retail new or used motor vehicles, other than mobile homes more than eight feet in width or more than thirty-two feet in length on Sunday.
(Some exceptions for private facilities are made for Sundays). C., allows private retailers (Class A) to sell distilled spirits, but the District Council requires Class A retailers to be closed on Sundays (Class B retailers, such as grocery stores, may sell beer and wine on Sundays).
However, in December 2012, the Council voted to repeal the Sunday restriction. Sunday retail alcohol sales in stores were prohibited by the Georgia General Assembly up until 2011.
On April 28, 2011, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed legislation allowing local communities to vote on whether to allow alcohol sales on Sundays. On November 8, 2011, voters in more than 100 Georgia cities and counties voted on a bill that would allow stores to sell alcohol on Sundays.
It passed in Valdosta, Atlanta, Savannah and many other cities.
Sale of alcoholic beverages on Christmas Day is entirely prohibited, even in private facilities.
Alcohol and liquor sales are entirely prohibited on Sunday and Christmas Day.