A bill currently pending in the Wyoming Legislature would keep the state on Daylight Savings Time all year.

Supporters of the bill argue changing the clocks twice a year doesn't actually save energy, despite a widely held belief to the contrary.

They also point to studies that say disrupting sleep schedules twice a year hurts productivity and causes accidents. Some say it especially disrupts the learning process for kids in school.

Those who want to keep the twice a year time change say being on a different time schedule than surrounding states for several months a year would be bad for Wyoming.

They also say the time change helps farmers and say many people like the time change.

Another school of thought on the issue is that the legislature should have more important things to worry about and shouldn't "waste time" on this at a time when Wyoming faces major budget challenges.

What do you think?

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