If approved, the vote would allow stores such as Wal-Mart to sell certain things early Sunday instead of having to wait until 1:30 p.m. as they currently do, county officials have said.
Officials say that they have the authority to suspend the state law locally and that such a decision would also apply to cities within the county.
Some officials have said in the past that the state law involving Sunday-morning purchases has hurt sales tax collections in the county, putting it at a disadvantage to areas across the river in Georgia.
The issue will first come up in a 5 p.m. committee meeting today at the councils headquarters on Richland Avenue. It then will go before the full commission at its 7 p.m. meeting.