Just a quick post here to wrap up 2017.
Category: Legislative Sessions/Years
The Montana Senate has approved a bill that would exempt the state from DST after this year, and the bill has now moved over to the House, with a hearing scheduled later this week. If the bill passes, Montana would join Arizona and Hawaii in not Springing Forward in March and Falling Back in November.
Here is a summary of the bills I know of as of today, March 1, 2017, grouped by type of bill.
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.
2016 wasn’t quite as active as 2015, but there was definitely some activity.
According to Mississippi’s legislative web site, Representative Andy Gipson of has sponsored House Concurrent Resolution 11 (HC 11) urging the US Congress to allow states to observe Year-Round DST. This is a more appropriate action than last year’s bill from Senator Russell Jolly which proposed to simply go on Year-Round DST. That action is not […]