Daylight Savings grows

Indiana House sends daylight-saving time bill to governor

All of Indiana is just a stroke of a pen away from uniformly moving clocks forward an hour next year. Last night, state lawmakers narrowly approved a bill mandating the time change. The state’s governor ran on the issue and is likely to sign it. Most of the state’s 92 counties don’t change their clocks. And businesses and lobbyists say the current system causes mix-ups over airline flights, delivery times and conference calls.

 
 
 

One Response to “Daylight Savings grows”

  1. Allyson M. W. Dyar
    29. April 2005 at 18:52

    If Indiana does this, will other states look at this?

    One way to get folks to really take this seriously is to say that daylight savings time saves gas. :)