Just two days after the nation’s latest stressful “spring forward” to the later sunsets of DLS, the Senate unanimously and surprisingly passed a bill to lock the clocks and make Daylight Saving Time permanent.

Congress tried a permanent daylight saving time in the 1970s, but quickly reversed course on the move amid widespread public outcry over the switch.

The latest attempted switch will only get to the President’s desk to become law if the House acts on the measure, and that chamber’s plans remain unclear.

One person familiar with the matter said there was no clear agreement between the Capitol’s two sides at the moment, so the future of Daylight Saving Time remains up in the air.

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