# Daylight saving time
Clocks Rolled Back Even Though the Majority of Americans Want to Put a Stop to Change
The Senate passed a bill to make daylight saving time permanent in march, yet the House of Representatives failed to pick up the bill. It would appear we are forced to endure another winter in the dark. The change would have kept us from rolling our clocks back each fall and forward again in March each year to make the change from Standard Time to Daylight Saving Time.
Clocks Go Back Next Weekend: Heads-Up New Yorkers
Don't forget! Read to see if your state is on the list to ditch Daylight Saving Time!(Olga Tsareva/iStock) Being the last weekend of October, it’s only appropriate to give the heads-up of the upcoming time change set to take place for the following weekend. On Sunday, November 6, Daylight Saving Time will end at 2 am – Eastern Time Zone (NY, NJ, CT, PA… the entire United States East Coast from Maine to Florida.)
Senate has passed legislation to make Daylight Saving Time permanent
"No more switching clocks, more daylight hours to spend outside after school and after work, and more smiles — that is what we get with permanent Daylight Saving Time," Sen. Ed Markey of Massachusetts, the original cosponsor of the legislation, said in a statement.
Are we on our way to keeping Daylight Saving Time year round?
The Senate just passed a bill to make Daylight Saving Time permanent. What would that mean for Chicago?. (CHICAGO) There's not much daylight to be had in the dark months of winter in Chicagoland. Situated close to the border between the Central and Eastern time zones, the sun sets in Chicago as early as 4:19 PM in December.
Daylight savings time could permanently change
Photo by Malvestida on Unsplash. For as long as I can remember, I was always happy to have more daylight in my day. Losing an hour in the fall bothered me more as a working adult having to leave the office in the dark. It makes a difference when you get to see some sunlight at the end of a working day which is affected in the winter.
Tennesseans Say Enough! Stop the Clock
SULLIVAN COUNTY- Daylight Saving Time is here. It began Sunday with the clocks "springing forward", and us losing an hour of sleep. While most of us, according to a national survey, want to do away with all the clock shifting and stay on Daylight Saving Time, a federal law prohibits it.
Daylight Saving Time: Is it time to stop with the yearly time change?
Tonight at 2:00 am local time, in every state except Hawaii and Arizona, clocks will "spring ahead" one hour, ending standard time and entering daylight saving time. Spring Ahead! It's time to change the clocks to Daylight Saving Time!Canva.
Daylight saving time: How to prepare your body for it and could it become permanent in Illinois?
This Sunday, March 13, 2022, at 2 AM, we move the clocks forward one hour. (CHICAGO) It's once again time to spring forward. Like it or hate it, daylight saving time (DST) returns this weekend in Illinois. DST starts every year on the second Sunday in March and will return to standard time on the first Sunday in November.