(DCWatchdog.com) – On the one hand, it’s good to see United States Senators from both sides of the political divide agree to pass a piece of legislation by unanimous consent.
On the other hand, is this a piece of legislation Congress should spend time on? Pun intended!
We’re speaking about the fact that just moments ago, the United States Senate passed the “Sunshine Protection Act” by unanimous consent – meaning no one raised any opposition even though there’s not an actual voice vote.
The “Sunshine Protection Act” would make Daylight Saving Time permanent, resulting in the sun setting at a later hour year-round instead of for just the current eight months.
Still, is this an issue that should be of congressional concern right now?
What is your opinion about the “Sunshine Protection Act” and the possibility of making Daylight Saving Time the national, year-round standard? Email [email protected] and share your thoughts!
BREAKING: Bill to make Daylight Saving Time permanent passes in the Senate pic.twitter.com/NGMGvv5CwI
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JUST IN – U.S. Senate passes the "Sunshine Protection Act" by unanimous consent to make Daylight Saving Time permanent.
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