They impose the Sunday Sabbath on those who do not share that belief, by regulating the commercial activities that can be performed on that day. Originally they were directed at individual behaviors, mostly drinking and gambling on the Sunday Sabbath. But, with time, it was found to be easier to regulate commercial enterprises rather than individuals.<quoted text>
Neither am I. What I dispute is that 25 states still have blue laws to enforce religion.
I have no doubt that if the "day of the week when you couldn't do certain things" was suddenly switched to Saturday or Friday, you would swell up in moral outrage at the persecution.