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Oregon And Washington Vote On 12-Month Daylight Saving, Will Northern Idaho Follow?

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This WWI-era poster promoting Daylight Savings was issued by the government.

The state legislatures in Washington and Oregon are working on bills that would expand daylight saving to 12 months. The agrarian tradition of changing our clocks twice a year has its roots in the early 20th century and was codified by Congress in 1966. Idaho Matters speaks with Coeur d'Alene Press reporter Craig Northrup and Idaho State Senator Steve Vick of Dalton Gardens about the impact passage of these bills could have on Idaho's cross-border commerce.