Lawmakers in the United States are seeking to end the practice of switching clocks twice a year for Daylight Saving Time.
Instead, they want to make the time change permanent throughout the year.
The move is being supported by senators such as Rick Scott, who is a sponsor of the Sunshine Protection Act.
The bill, which would make Daylight Saving Time permanent, has already gained bipartisan support in the Senate and has been referred to the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.
If the bill becomes law, it would mean that Americans would no longer have to adjust their clocks every spring and fall.
Proponents of the measure argue that ending Daylight Saving Time would improve public health, reduce traffic accidents, and save energy.
The move would also make it easier for businesses to operate across different time zones.
However, critics of the proposal argue that the change could disrupt sleep patterns and have negative impacts on some industries, such as agriculture and transportation.
The debate over Daylight Saving Time is expected to continue in the coming months, with lawmakers weighing the pros and cons of making the change permanent.