CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - A pair of lawmakers have introduced the “Ohio Sunshine Protection Act,” a proposal that would end time changes across the state.
If Senate Bill 119 is passed into legislation, Ohio’s clocks would remain on daylight saving time permanently.
Sen. Roegner recently shared a poll on Facebook asking for opinions from her followers. The response was overwhelmingly in support of stopping the time changes.
Ohio currently observes daylight saving time by shifting clocks forward one hour in the spring and back an hour in the fall.
Arizona and Hawaii are the only two states to have never observed daylight saving time.
President Donald Trump previously tweeted that his approval of adopting daylight saving time year-round.