State Rep. Jason Isaac aims to close the curtains on Daylight Saving Time
State Rep. Jason Isaac, R-Dripping Springs, has proposed legislation that would put an end to the biannual practice of setting clocks forward and backward known as Daylight Saving Time. “Imagine that it’s 2017, and lawmakers have for the first time proposed arbitrarily changing our clocks twice a year. They would be publicly ridiculed,” Isaac said in a news release. “The fact is, Daylight Saving Time is an antiquated regulation that no longer serves our state’s needs.” Isaac called Daylight Saving Time “an annoyance at best and a burden to our state at worst.”
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Source: Community Impact- Round Rock