Daylight saving time ends November 6
November 3, 2022
Get ready to fall back into longer nights starting Sunday, November 6, at 2 a.m. when Daylight Saving Time concludes and clocks turn back an hour.
However, the future of daylight saving time nationwide is uncertain.
In 2019, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed a law scrapping the twice-a-year time shift, but the state law won’t take effect unless Congress first passes a federal law allowing states to observe daylight saving year-round.
The U.S. Senate voted unanimously to pass the Sunshine Protection Action of 2021 on March 15. The bill now awaits a U.S. House vote.
If the act becomes...
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