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Let me rephrase:

In the state of Texas if a car dealer wants to sell cars on Sunday he is not allowed to do so. It is against Texas law. For example there are groups such as Jews, SDA's and others that don't work on Saturday yet they would like to work on Sunday. Just because some or maybe the majority of the people in the state would like to rest on Sunday you should not force others to do so. It is against liberty. The state shouldn't not (under a liberty principle) tell you when you are allowed to and when you are not allowed to work.

Check this short video, a dramatization of a Senate committee when they were trying to implement a Sunday law at a national level, it is priceless:

A good way to defend your freedoms: