US Senate Unanimously Passes Bill To Make Daylight Saving Time Permanent

The US Senate has unanimously passed a bill to make Daylight Saving Time permanent across the nation.

According to the Boston Globe, the bipartisan legislation, which is being called the “Sunshine Protection Act,” is sponsored by Senator Marco Rubio and co-sponsored by Senator Sheldon Whitehouse and others.

The bill still needs to pass the house, and then be signed by the President, but this is a big step forward in not having to change the clocks twice a year.

If passed by the house and signed by the President, it would go into effect in November 2023.

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