New York legislature moving to force Chick-fil-A to operate on Sunday in select locations

by Olivia Murray at

When a bunch of leftist lawyers hired by a leftist legislature write prospective laws, you get bills like this, via a Fox News report published yesterday:

New York bill would force some Chick-fil-A locations to open on Sundays

A new bill filed in the New York State Assembly aims to force some Chick-fil-A locations to operate seven days a week, threatening the fast food chain’s longstanding policy of keeping its restaurants closed on Sundays.

The legislation proposed last week would require all food vendors operating at rest stops owned by the New York State Thruway Authority to open every day, and names Chick-fil-A as the reason behind the move.

(Seriously, isn’t it time for these people to go on a state-sponsored Christmas vacation? I mean, we’re already carrying the weight of the political parasite class, so isn’t it preferable to get them out of the state capital to mitigate the damage, even if it’s on our dime?)

So first New York shuttered Chick-fil-A, now the state is demanding it stay open again