Newsome v. City of Union Point

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Newsomevs.City of Union Point
Number: 249 Ga. 434
Year: 1982
State: Georgia
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Newsome v. City of Union Point was a case before the Georgia Supreme Court in 1982 concerning open meetings lawsuits.


Newsome v. City of Union Point, 249 Ga. 434 (1982) (Gregory, J.): Suit to invalidate ordinance enacted by the City of Union Point regarding the licensing and sale of malt beverages and wine. The Court affirmed the trial court (Thompson, J.), holding that it was unnecessary to consider the plaintiff's Open Meetings claim because the City subsequently re-enacted the ordinance in compliance with the Act's provisions.[1]

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