Florida is close to full-time Daylight Saving Time. Should Colorado?

This Sunday it's "spring forward" as Daylight Saving Time kicks back in. If you're tired of this deal you can either move to Florida (where lawmakers are on the verge of making it year-round) or move to Arizona or Hawaii (where it's always Standard time) or contact your Colorado congressman and ask them to do like Florida.

There the "Sunshine Protection Act" passed with ease to make Florida "Saving Time" all the time. The bill now goes to the desk of Gov. Rick Scott. If the governor and others lawmakers agree, Floridians will set their clocks ahead this Sunday and won't have to mess with it again.

What are thoughts? Do you prefer more daylight in the evening or does it not matter? Of course, it means waking up and going to work in the dark pretty much all winter long.

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