The state Senate unanimously passed legislation Monday calling for a nonbinding advisory referendum asking whether Georgia should continue switching back and forth twice a... Standard or daylight time? Georgia voters may weigh in

The state Senate unanimously passed legislation Monday calling for a nonbinding advisory referendum asking whether Georgia should continue switching back and forth twice a year between standard time and daylight saving time, observe standard time all year or go with daylight time all year. Since 2015, at least 39 states have considered putting an end to the twice-a-year switch, Sen. Ben Watson, R-Savannah, the Senate measure’s chief sponsor, said during a brief floor debate Monday.

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