(Washington, DC) -- The days of springing forward and falling back are closer to being over.
The Senate voted to make Daylight Saving Time permanent, leaving the next move up to the House. Most of the nation set their clocks ahead an hour over the weekend. But the measure would stop the back-and-forth, giving people more sunlight in their day.
If the bill gets signed into law, it would start next year to give the transportation industry time to adjust.