Bill to abolish time change in most of Oregon advances

SALEM, Ore. – A bill to make daylight saving time year-round in Oregon was approved by the Senate today.

Senate Bill 320 would abolish the one hour time change except in the portion of eastern Oregon that is in the Mountain Time Zone.

The governor has said she’s on board with doing away with springing forward and falling back.

The bill now heads to the House for consideration. You can read the bill HERE.

Washington and California are both considering similar legislation.

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