Bill to make Daylight Savings Time permanent reintroduced in US Senate

A bill to make Daylight Savings Time permanent in the United States has once again been introduced in the United States Senate.

Florida Senator Marco Rubio reintroduced the Sunshine Protection Act, which is similar to the previous bill.

If passed, clocks would change for the final time later this month, but would not change again.

Daylight Savings Time begins on Sunday, March 12 at 2 a.m.

The bill has some support in the Senate, but would need to pass through both chambers and be signed by President Biden before going into law.

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