What’s going on with the push to make daylight saving time permanent?
Turns out, the measure that was passed in the U.S. Senate is stuck in Congress.
That said, it’s going to be complicated, as News10NBC learned getting to that outcome.
The bill is stuck in the House. No formal debate is scheduled. While House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has expressed support for the change – nothing more has occurred.
So, while it would take hold in November 2023 – there’s a chance it doesn’t at all.
Sunrise would happen significantly later during the winter months, but there would be more daylight during the afternoon.
So, as readers can imagine, there’s supporters and opponents of the change.
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