This Sunday we "Spring Forward" into Daylight Saving Time. But if Florida has its way, it's never going to "Fall Back".
The Florida legislature passed a bill to keep the state on Daylight Saving Time permanently. All it needs is the governor's signature, but there's a problem - it might be illegal under federal law.
Current law allows U.S. states to remain on Standard Time, but not Daylight Saving Time. That means Congress would have to amend federal law in order for Florida to get its year-round 9pm sunsets.