The Utah Senate is moving forward with a bill that would put state clocks on Daylight Saving Time and keep them there.

Lawmakers approved Senate Bill 59 yesterday on a 28-to-1 vote.

The bill has to pass a second vote in the Senate before it can move to the House.

Even if the House approves the measure and the governor signs it, it wouldn't take effect until Congress authorizes states to observe Daylight Saving Time year-round, and four other western states pass a similar measure.

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