Utahns who don't want to change their clocks twice a year may be cheered up by a bill emerging from this year's legislature.

The House passed a bill yesterday that will keep Utah on Daylight Saving Time permanently, sending it to Governor Herbert for final approval.

There is a catch, though.

Even if the governor signs it, Congress will have to pass a bill that allows states to stay on Daylight Saving Time all year.

Then four other Western states would have to pass similar measures.

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