SACRAMENTO (KPIX 5) – Here it comes again! Early Sunday morning, Daylight Saving Time goes away and everyone needs to turn their clocks back one hour.

But wait, didn’t voters just pass a measure that would make Daylight Saving Time permanent? Yes, voters did pass Proposition 7 in 2018, but state lawmakers still needed to make it official.

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“I pushed hard to move the bill out of the Assembly floor,” said Assemblymember Kansen Chu (D-San Jose), who authored the measure. “But as you know, this bill had to go to the Senate floor and it was held up by the Senate Energy Committee.”

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The measure was stalled in Sacramento and never saw the light of day. So, here we are going back to Pacific Standard Time.

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