Bill filed in NC Legislature to make Daylight Savings Time Permanent

RALEIGH – That is, if Congress authorizes such a move. Daylight Savings time, and the twice a year back and forth it creates for all of us, is one of those things that everyone seems to have an opinion on. Most of us are likely still adjusting to the recent spring forward into daylight savings time, losing an hour of sleep, getting used to the stretched days, and waiting for bio-rhythms to catch up with the clock.

Well, three Republican members of the N.C. House want to lay the groundwork for daylight savings time to become permanent in the Old North State, if it is authorized by Congress.

It’s a short bill for longer days:

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