Factbox: No consensus in Congress on making daylight saving time permanent
WASHINGTON - Legislation has stalled in the U.S. Congress to make daylight saving time permanent after the Senate in March unanimously passed by voice vote a bill that would have ended the observation of standard time starting in 2023 and the practice of changing clocks twice annually. Clocks in the United States will return to standard time at 2 a.m. EDT on Sunday with no consensus on
Time is running out for House to pass permanent daylight saving bill
Time is running out for the House to pass legislation that would make daylight saving time permanent in the U.S., after the Senate shocked the nation earlier this year and unanimously approved the measure.