The United States is moving towards permanent daylight saving time | Abroad

The United States is on the way to making daylight saving time permanent. The US Senate voted unanimously in favor of the motion, which would extend daylight hours in winter and end the two-shift clock movement.

The change won’t take effect until next November, in part due to advice from airlines and broadcasters that they need more time to deliver.

The measure has not been approved by the House of Representatives and President Joe Biden. Since Sunday, most of the United States, which has multiple time zones, has reverted to daylight saving time, which ends in November.

Discussions erupted in the European Union a few years ago when the European Commission in Brussels proposed making winter permanent. Due to differing opinions, the proposal was postponed.

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