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03/10/2023
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    Taylor Hebert reports on the varied opinions surrounding daylight saving time throughout history.

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Today in Top Story: Taylor Hebert reports on the varied opinions surrounding daylight saving time throughout history.

Daylight saving time begins again this weekend. Florida senator Marco Rubio filed a bill this month that would make daylight saving time permanent. But some lawmakers say other issues should take priority. Others claim the change could cause problems such as a higher risk of accidents during dark mornings. (Read more about efforts to change the system in Congress Votes for Perma-Daylight and Pray-light Saving.)

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