Chelsea Thomas

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The Senate Passed a Bill to Make Daylight Saving Time Permanent


The Senate passed a bill yesterday to make Daylight Saving Time permanent starting next year. If it passes the House and the president signs it, we'll spring forward for good next March!

It's called the Sunshine Protection Act, and Marco Rubio has been pushing it for years. It passed by unanimous consent, meaning it didn't actually go up for a vote, but no one objected to it.

There's no guarantee it'll pass the House, or that President Biden would sign it. And it wouldn't take effect until next year. So we'll be winding the clocks back an hour this fall no matter what. But a year from now, we might be springing forward for good!

What do you think??


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