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No More Daylight Savings in Florida?

Can you imagine never having to deal with changing your clocks or losing an hour of sleep each year? Senator Greg Stuebe is hoping to make this possible for the state of Florida by proposing a new bill that will eliminate daylight saving time. The bill states that Florida will no longer observe daylight saving time; which runs from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November, and instead remain in standard time all year long. The bill was filled on November 13 and was recently referred to Community Affairs, Commerce, and Tourism and the Rules Committee. If the bill is passed and signed by Governor Rick Scott, Florida will be joining Hawaii and Arizona as the third state to not observe Daylight saving time.

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