Assemblyman seeks year-round Daylight Saving Time

Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara has introduced legislation to establish Daylight Saving Time as the year-round standard in New York.

That would mean that people would not have to change the clocks twice a year. Clocks are set to go back one hour at 2 a.m. Sunday.

This would depend on the collaboration of neighboring states and the federal government.

At least 29 states have considered or are considering legislation related to Daylight Saving Time.