SAN ANTONIO – The Senate voted unanimously this week to pass the Sunshine Protection Act. That proposal would make daylight saving time year-round permanently across the United States in 2023.
The measure still needs to be approved by the House of Representatives and signed by President Joe Biden before becoming law, but it definitely has people talking about the implications.
If you’re wondering what permanent daylight saving time would look like for San Antonio and South Central Texas, you can check out this article.
We want to know what you think about the proposal? Do you like the daylight to start a little earlier like it does with standard time or do you prefer it to be lighter later in the evening with daylight saving time?
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