A bill has been introduced that would make Sunday sales of alcoholic beverages in Pell City legal.
That means those who are for it — and all the increased tourism and tax dollars it will bring with it — will be out working their neighborhoods, writing letters to the editor and collaring their friends, looking for a yes vote.
The other side — those who oppose drinking in almost any form and especially on Sunday, will be doing the same thing — trying to wrap up as many votes as possible for the no side.
Right now, however, the heat is really in Montgomery, where the delegation is in receipt of a unanimous resolution asking to give the people the right to vote.
This is a topic that has divided households, churches, friends and families. It seems to capture in one simple issue the cultural aspects of living in the South.
We will follow this issue with interest.