Is it just us, or does that craving for a

Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich with waffle fries hit extra hard on Sundays—when the restaurant is closed? Well, if a New York politician has his way, some Chick-fil-A locations would be forced to stay open on Sundays as per a new law.

Business Insider reports that New York Assemblyman Tony Simone has introduced a new bill that would require all restaurants located inside rest stops in New York State to be open every day of the week. According to the assemblyman, it’s only fair that all rest stop restaurants are open seven days a week given that there are already limited options and a surplus of people traveling on Sundays.

“The bill addresses the need for any restaurant that serves travelers to be open seven days a week,” a representative for Simone told Business Insider. “When it comes to travel areas, like rest stops, bus stations, and airports, people are often traveling on Sundays, and so it doesn’t make any sense for one of the few restaurants available at these locations to be closed on one of the busiest travel days of the week.”

In total, there are nine Chick-fil-A restaurants located inside of New York travel plazas. If the bill is approved, these locations would either be forced to stay open on Sundays or close.

Chick-fil-A’s tradition of closing on Sundays has been in place for decades. It all began when Chick-fil-A’s founder, S. Truett Cathy, opened his first restaurant in Hapeville, Georgia.

“Having worked seven days a week in restaurants open 24 hours, Truett saw the importance of closing on Sundays so that he and his employees could set aside one day to rest or worship if they choose, a practice we uphold today,” read a statement on the Chick-fil-A website.

Would you be in support of your local Chick-fil-A opening on Sundays?