Kentucky legislators announce daylight saving time legislation

BOWLING GREEN, Ky.- Two lawmakers in Kentucky are proposing the idea of making daylight saving time year-round.

The legislation was pre-filed on Monday by Republican Representatives Bart Rowland and Brandon Reed.

Yet, there’s a catch. In order for the legislation to become law, congress would have to pass a federal law that allows states to recognize daylight saving time year-round.

Daylight saving time begins in March and concludes in November.

Tennessee, Oregon, Florida and Washington have all passed similar legislation.