It would mean later sunrises and sunsets from November to March, peak tourist season for many beach cities.
I imagine quite a few people would be unhappy with this kind of daylight schedule, which would leave us with much darker evenings for most of the year.
The bill was approved by the Florida House in February and will now go to Gov. Rick Scott, whose office tells NPR only that Scott "will review the bill".
In Florida the answer is, not very many people.
"It just seems silly to me that as a country we are bumping back and forth because the reason is completely irrelevant", said Steube, who recently announced he will run for Congress.
Oddly, the state of Arizona also refuses to require their residents to participate. Thankfully, a few years ago, the date was moved so that standard time is a little shorter than it used to be. Some cities like NY would observe it while rural areas around them did not.
We set out to understand these possible effects by examining how people were using their internet access on the day following the time change.
Although Germany was the first place to utilize DST, New York City kept using it after World War I. Since New York City is so well known to the rest of the world, other places chose to keep using it as well.
"I like it because my grandson plays soccer and it's better to sit out and watch the soccer game when it's still light out", this woman said. But it also provides an extra hour of sunlight at the end of the day.
Did you keep in mind to reset your clocks ahead one hour? The Germans enforced it during World War I to create more daylight to save on fuel.
And though it was halted nationally later that year, it persisted in some form at local or state levels for decades before being finally being officially recognized again nationally in 1966 by the Uniform Time Act.
A number of the arguments against a time change in Florida and elsewhere come down to TV broadcast schedules: Sporting events on the West Coast will end so late!
The Uniform Time Act of 1966 aligned the switch dates across the United States of America for the first time. "Fast time", "slow time", daylight saving or standard. let's pick one and then get on it and stay on it.
Todd said at the time federal law allows states to establish their time zone as long as the state covers two time zones such as Tennessee does.
Sen. Dave Oehlke, R-Devils Lake, sponsored Senate Bill 2167, which would have = required the entire state to be on Central Standard Time, as well as remain on standard time year-round.
Back in the 1970s, the idea of Daylight Savings Time as a year-round thing was more popular as a way to conserve supplies of energy. That got the idea shelved until the unlikely event NY hops onboard. The time shift can fall anywhere from March 8 to March 13, and shifts back to "Standard Time" Nov. 1 through Nov. 7, depending on how the days fall on the calendar. Not wanting to force Texans to choose between church and football, two pillars of Lone Star culture, the Legislature punted.
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