On Tuesday, March 15, the Senate passed a unanimous bill that, if passed by the House of Representatives, will make Daylight Savings Time permanent. Ultimately, this would mean no more changing clocks back and forth twice a year. Currently, only two states don’t change time – Arizona and Hawaii.
Of course, this act wouldn’t bring about more daylight. But would instead make the evenings brighter and the mornings darker by pushing back the time of the sunrise. If passed, and signed by President Joe Biden, the new system would begin in November 2023.
For now, just enjoy the sunshine as you get it.