In The Netherlands and many other European countries, stores are (or were until recently) closed on Sundays, and particularly Christian parties (strongly) oppose allowing stores to be open on Sundays, arguing that Sunday is the day of God and that stores should be closed. (Labour unions also often oppose Sunday opening, although for entirely different reasons.)
The United States' Christian right, according to Wikipedia, has views on education, the role of the government, family values, and other issues. In The Netherlands, the Christian right, as represented by the Reformed Political Party, has among their major issues to strongly oppose any liberalisation for Sunday opening of stores.
Does the Christian right in the USA address this issue at all?