Does Wyoming have to stay on daylight saving time all year round?
The annual fall time change happened last weekend.
The idea of whether changing clocks twice a year makes sense in the 21st century is increasingly questioned. In the past four years, 19 states have passed laws or resolutions calling for year-round daylight saving time if Congress decides to allow it.
The Wyoming legislature in 2020 passed a law calling on Wyoming to observe daylight saving time if at least three other neighboring states do so. Earlier this year, the legislature rejected a bill to keep Wyoming on Mountain Standard Time year-round. This legislation would have allowed Wyoming to act on its own, regardless of whether neighboring states had taken the same action.
Meanwhile, despite efforts in both a number of U.S. states and in Congress to push back the changes twice a year, it remains the law of the land in most countries.
Only Hawaii and Arizona do not follow this practice.
So what do you think? Does Wyoming have to stay on daylight saving time all year round?
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