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Possible End to Daylight Savings in Idaho
Idaho State
Not enough support

Idaho State representative Christy Zito sponsors a bill that would end Daylight Savings in Idaho. The bill was unanimously approved by the House State Affairs Committee. Representative Zito cites health and safety concerns as a reason to abandon daylight savings. Similar legislation has been introduced in the past and did not get too far. Watch this story to receive updates on the progress of this bill. Daylight Savings is set to start Sunday, March 8, 2020 - let's see if this bill squashes the need for us to spring forward this Spring.

Updates

Fri, Feb 07, 2020

The end to daylight savings in Idaho wouldn't have received enough floor votes and is why it has been taken back to committee.

Thu, Feb 06, 2020

The end to daylight savings in Idaho was to go to vote today but has been sent back down to committee for further revisions.

Thu, Jan 23, 2020

A bill is moving through Idaho State Legislature that will end Daylight Savings in Idaho if it becomes law.☀️⏰ http://bit.ly/2NWcEzT