New York legislation could force specific Chick-fil-A locations to open seven days a week, including Sunday. The locations in question are at rest stops. The proposed law’s intention is to give travelers options for restaurants to visit during their stops. Critics of the bill say such legislation teeters on the edge of communism. Government should have limited roles in the operation of a business. Safety of food and fair business practices related to finance should certainly be enforced by local authorities. Hours of operation and specific items on the menu should not be intervened on by the local Government.
Chick-fil-A has a famous policy of being closed on Sunday and that policy has been in place since their inception. The highly popular fast food restaurant famously rebuffed a request from an NFL football team to open on Sunday due to its location inside of a stadium.
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