In this morning’s search, I’ve found DST-related bills from two new states, Washington and Colorado, and another bill from Massachusetts, bringing the number of states with bills to 15.
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Massachusetts bill SD 514 addresses issues relating to Daylight Saving Time in a unique way.
Two additional bills relating to Daylight Saving Time were found yesterday, one each from Illinois and Nebraska.
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New Legislation Florida has now entered into the Year-Round Daylight Saving Time debacle. Apparently state legislators don’t have anyone nearby to warn them that Congress didn’t allow for that option in 15 USC Subchapter IX “Standard Time”. There, Congress basically tells us: “if you do DST, you have to do it THIS way; the only […]
There was new legislation from Alaska and Washington in the last 24 hours. See more info on Alaska’s HB 64 and Washington’s HB 1479. In spite of Washington’s HJM 4001 which asks the US President and Congress to change US Code to permit Year-Round DST, their HB 1479 would have the state go to Pacific […]