The General Assembly passed this resolution during its 1994 session, but the voters of Georgia must ratify the legislation in a statewide referendum in November 1994 in order for the resolution to become an amendment to the Georgia Constitution. The amendment gives the Georgia General Assembly full authority under the Twenty-First Amendment to the United States Constitution to regulate public nudity in combination with alcoholic beverage sales.
Leila Ann G. Lawlor,
AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA Article III. Legislative Branch, Section VI. Exercise of Powers: Provide Georgia Complete Authority to Regulate Alcoholic Beverages in Any Manner Permitted Under the Twenty-First Amendment to the United States Constitution,
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