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Georgia Joins Other States in Passing Daylight Savings Bill



The Georgia House of Representatives passed the daylight savings bill 112 to 48 last. The week before, the state Senate voted to keep the state on standard time.

Despite the legislative disagreement, Georgia joins a growing list of states that want to put an end to the bi-annual time changes.


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