HB44, which would ask Georgia to observe daylight saving time all year round, passed the Georgia House of Representatives on Friday

House Bill 44, which says Georgia would adhere to daylight saving time year round, was passed by the Georgia House of Representatives on Friday by 112-48 votes. To make this permanent change, the bill would have to be approved by Congress

The first readers’ summary for HB 44: A bill entitled to make law amending Chapter 1 of Title 50 of the Annotated Official Code of Georgia, which relates to general provisions relating to state government, to provide that this state does so observe daylight saving time all year round; to ensure a limited effectiveness; repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes

On 24 February, Georgia Senators passed Senate Bill 100 by 46-7 votes. The SB 100 would require Georgia to use Standard Time all year round unless Congress votes for states to adhere to Daylight Saving Time permanently

The First Reader’s Summary for SB 100: A Bill Entitled to Enact Act Amending Chapter 1 of Title 50 of the Annotated Official Code of Georgia, which relates to general provisions relating to state government, to provide for this state to observe standard time throughout the year until Congress authorizes states to observe daylight saving time to ensure a limited effectiveness; repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes

Daylight Saving Time

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