Holiday Shopping Debate: Black Friday comes early - FOX 32 News Chicago

Holiday Shopping Debate: Black Friday comes early

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This year, the race to Black Friday deals is starting earlier and earlier. Many stores will be open all day Thursday, so that people can shop before and after Thanksgiving dinner.

But there's a growing backlash against all this shopping. Some people think that stores should stay closed, so that customers and employees can spend time with family instead.

Annie Zirkel, founder of the "Save Thanksgiving" campaign, and FOX business contributor Jonathan Hoenig--also known as "the capitalist pig"—discuss the top on FOX 32.

What do you think? Should there be laws against stores opening on Thanksgiving? Should people shop on Thanksgiving? Do you? How do you feel about the impact on retail workers? Sound off on our Facebook page.

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