Representative Hanson’s “Brunch Bill” Added to Ballots Across the State
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friends of Meagan Hanson
August 9, 2018
Brookhaven, GA – Nearly fifty cities and counties across Georgia have added the Brunch Bill referendum to their November ballots. The bill, sponsored by Representative Meagan Hanson, gives municipalities the ability to hold a vote on allowing restaurants to serve alcohol beginning at 11:00 on Sunday mornings.
“I am thrilled that in the 80thHouse district, and across the state, we are taking action to help small businesses and part-time workers succeed,” Representative Meagan Hanson said. “When I ran to represent the district, I promised to deliver real results, and I look forward to continuing to do just that next session.”
The small rollback from the current Sunday serving time of 12:30 PM to 11:00 AM is estimated to generate $100 million in revenue and increase wages of servers across the state.
Meagan Hanson has represented House District 80 in the Georgia Assembly since 2016. Driven by her passion for her community and public service, Meagan ran to represent the 80thdistrict in the State House and has been working tirelessly to deliver results to improve the lives of families across the district. Meagan and her husband David live in Brookhaven with their dogs Beau, Lucy, and Winston Churchill.