With bipartisan support in Congress for permanent daylight saving time, could this weekend's time change be the last?

WASHINGTON – Congress may be more divided than ever, but there’s one thing Republicans and Democrats can agree on: No one likes losing an hour of sleep when the nation “springs forward” at the start of daylight saving time every March.

Momentum has been building across the country in recent years to do away with the twice-yearly switch between daylight saving and standard time. Starting in 2018, when Florida’s legislature became the first to pass a law to adopt year-round daylight saving time, 14 other states have followed suit.

“Daylight saving time has never saved us from anything,” fictional New Hampshire Rep. Jonah Ryan said on HBO’s “Veep” in

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