California voters to decide whether or not to eliminate daylight saving time

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California voters will decide in November whether or not to essentially end daylight saving time.

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Thursday which will put the legislation on the ballot.

If approved, the Legislature would decide how the state’s time would be set — either daylight time or standard time. But time would no longer change twice a year.

Assembly Bill 807 author Assemblyman Kansen Chu (D-San Jose) called daylight saving time “outdated.”

When signing the bill, Brown wrote the message “Fiat Lux!” — which means “Let there be light.”

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