SALT LAKE CITY — Payments addressing daylight saving time are proposed at the Utah Legislature annually, however not often make it to the ground for a vote.
This yr lawmakers have been capable of move a decision they hope will lead to Utah being one step closer to staying on the same time yr round.
HJR15 does not end the necessity to change clocks twice a yr, it supports the Daylight Act proposed by U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop, R-Utah, to allow states to choose to stay on daylight saving time. Presently states can only choose to participate in daylight saving and change their clocks or keep on commonplace time.
“This is something coping with state’s rights and supporting one in every of our members of Congress,” stated Sen. Wayne Harper, R-Taylorsville, the invoice’s Senate sponsor.
In line with the decision, 27 states this yr have introduced payments to deal with a change in daylight saving.
The resolution passed in the Senate on Thursday with a vote of 24-1.