While scouring around to see if there was any other 2016 DST legislation in the works (besides Florida), I found an article on the KOAT ABC 7 TV web site and several Associated Press releases (like this one from the KRQE News 13 web site) which indicate that New Mexico Senator Cliff Pirtle may try to adopt Year […]
So much has happened, we didn’t want you to wait til next week to get this! Summary A comprehensive summary of legislation relating to Daylight Saving Time including 31 bills in 21 states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, and […]
According to their web site, today the New Mexico Senate passed SB 377 by a vote of 28 For to 10 Opposed. SB 377 proposes to stay on Daylight Savings Time, with an effective date of July 1, 2015. The intent of this bill would be to maintain Daylight Saving Time continuously. As we’ve noted […]
First of all, a brief apology for not keeping up-to-date daily. Apparently it’s our turn to suffer colds this week, but we’re on the mend… so here’s the latest, from most recent and going back to the previous Legislative Update last week on Thursday.
So there are nine states with active DST-related legislation. With two new states last week, who can keep up? Here’s the simplest review we can give you…
Our podcast “Legislative Update for Monday February 2, 2015” is now available on our podcast site http://Podcast.TimeZoneReport.com and on iTunes
Two new states have legislation regarding Daylight Saving Time filed this past week: South Dakota and New Mexico. This brings the count of states with active legislation to nine. Arizona HB 2014 proposed to adopt DST in the state, after not having DST since 1968, but public pressure on the bill’s sponsor prompted him to […]