Another Push To Make Daylight Saving Time Permanent In Florida… And Nationwide
If Marco Rubio has it his way, this Sunday will be the last time you will ever have to change your clock. The South Florida Sun Sentintel reports Rubio re-introduced a law today that would make the switch to daylight saving time permanent. There would be more sunlight at the end of the day and less in the early morning hours. It also means you’d never have to change your clock again.
Floridians have debated the pros and cons for years. Studies show health benefits and fewer auto accidents. More sunlight is also thought to be good news for Florida businesses. There was a proposal for Florida to do this last year, but it stalled.
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