The Senate Just Passed A Bill To Make Daylight Saving Time Permanent

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Are you still struggling with the time change?

I know I am, I have been going to bed so early it seems and I am failing to complete my daily tasks, I know it’s “just an hour”, but man that hour sure makes an impact.

The Senate voted today and approved legislation that will make Daylight Saving Time permanent beginning in 2023.

We got it passed the Senate, and now the clock is ticking to get the job done so we never have to switch our clocks again. “So I urge my colleagues in the House to act as swiftly as the Senate—let’s get this bill on President Biden’s desk and deliver more sunshine to Americans across the country.

Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., said on the Senate floor

The Sunshine Act is the bill that was passed unanimously today, which means not even one senator opposed the bill.

It’s time for Congress to take up our bipartisan legislation to make Daylight Saving Time permanent and brighten the coldest months with an extra hour of afternoon sun.

said Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I., a co-sponsor of the legislation, in a tweet.

If the bill is enacted this means no more going back and forth with the time change any more.

It’s going to be a bit weird since we have been using Daylight Saving Time in the U.S. since 1918.

The Sunshine Act will now go to President Joe Biden, and then we wait to see if will actually be enacted.

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