Bill could end Daylight Saving changes in West Virginia

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - A bill proposed Thursday in the West Virginia Senate could mean no more springing forward and falling back in the Mountain State.

Senator Sue Cline (R-Wyoming) proposed the bill.

Proponents of the bill say they think it is a great idea because they dislike how it gets dark so early in the fall.

Those against it say it would get very confusing when neighboring states such as Kentucky and Ohio fall back, but West Virginia does not.

Some states do not follow Daylight Saving. Arizona and Hawaii don't, and Indiana didn't from the 1970s to 2005.

The bill has not been voted on yet.

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