Proposition 7 Passage Is Just First Step Of Abolishing Daylight Saving TimeIt looks like Californians are tired of resetting those clocks. Proposition 7 passed overwhelmingly Tuesday night with Californians choosing to end Daylight Saving Time. But it's not a done deal just yet.
California Proposition 7, Allowing Daylight Saving Change, PassesProposition 7 has passed, paving the way for year-round daylight saving time in California. The issue will still need a two-thirds vote from the California Legislature and a change in federal law to go into effect.
Voter Guide: A Look At 11 Propositions On The California Ballot, And 1 That's MissingCalifornia voters will decide the fate of everything from bonds to the gas tax and even how veal is raised in the 2018 general election.
Proposition 7: Voters To Decide Future Of Daylight Saving Time...Sort OfIf voters approve Proposition 7 on Nov. 6 that would pave the way for year-round daylight saving time in the state.
California November Ballot Proposition Numbers RevealedA measure that would start the ball rolling on ending daylight saving time is Proposition 7, while one to split California in three is Proposition 8.
California Daylight Saving Time Rollback Heading To November BallotPassage by voters wouldn't immediately stop the practice. Instead, it gives lawmakers the power to make the change if Congress allows it.
Death Of Daylight Saving Time Could Be On November BallotCalifornia voters may get to decide in November whether to take the first step toward keeping the state on daylight saving time year round.