In Brief: Bill for year-round Daylight Savings Time dies

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By Cowboy State Daily

A measure that would have put Wyoming on Daylight Savings Time throughout the year died in the Senate on Thursday.

HB 14 was killed on a 15-15 vote in the Senate in its first review by the full body. The bill needed at least 16 positive votes to move forward in the process.

The bill would have put Wyoming on Daylight Savings Time year-round only if three neighboring states had agreed to make the same change.

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