Proposal would end daylight saving time in Colorado
DENVER (AP) – A state lawmaker is proposing that Colorado end daylight savings time.
Democratic Rep. Edward Vigil’s proposal would mean that Colorado would be on U.S. Mountain Standard Time all year and would repeal the advancing of one hour the second Sunday in March and moving back one hour the first Sunday in November.
House Bill 1067 will be heard Thursday afternoon in the State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee.
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