Rubio's permanent Daylight Saving Time bill gets more support in Senate

Could this be the last fall America sets its clocks back?

Sen. Marco Rubio's bill to make Daylight Saving Time permanent has picked up three key co-sponsors within the past few weeks, according to the Sun Sentinel. That means seven senators, including two Democrats, are backing the Sunshine Protection Act, which could keep sunsets later in the day and prevent the sudden darkness Americans are still getting used to.

If passed by Congress and signed by President Trump – the U.S. would simply spring forward an hour in March one year and stay there forever.