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Typical Chik-fi-A meal, fried chicken sandwich, waffle fries and a drink, food court, Rego Center shopping mall, Queens, New York

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Fast food chain Chick-fil-A may be forced to open on Sundays in some locations if a new bill is passed in New York.

The Rest Stop Restaurant Act, proposed by the Democrat-controlled New York State Assembly, would require fast food companies to provide services at certain locations seven days a week.

Chick-fil-A is known for closing on Sundays to allow employees to rest and worship.

The bill references Chick-fil-A, stating that the company’s policy of being closed on Sundays is a disservice to travelers who rely on these service areas.

Chick-fil-A has always closed on Sundays since it first opened in Georgia in 1946.

Do you think Chik-fil-A will bow to the pressure?