(AJC) — Once left for dead, the Sunday alcohol sales bill will likely reach a vote of the full Senate on Wednesday. Senate Bill 10, which would allow local communities to vote to allow the sale of alcohol in stores on Sundays, will be voted on by the Senate Rules Committee Tuesday. A favorable outcome would put the bill on the Senate floor on Wednesday. But before supporters can celebrate, passage in the full Senate is not assured. Sen. Vincent Fort, D-Atlanta, said he has seen the evidence of alcohol abuse in his district. “I am deeply ambivalent about it,” Fort said, adding he may not know how he will lean until the vote is called for, if that happens.