TOPEKA, Kan. Imagine no longer falling back or springing ahead. Imagine a world where you dont have to figure out how to set your microwave or dashboard clock.
If you live in Kansas, imagine its a day that may be closer than you think.
A bill before state lawmakers would exempt Kansas from daylight saving time. Beginning after 2 a.m. on Nov. 3, 2019, there would be no more clock-turning twice a year. The state would remain on standard time.
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