Daylight Saving Time. Some love it, some hate it.
One Arkansas lawmaker wants to do away with it—at least in the Natural State.
State Rep. Sarah Capp of Ozark filed a bill in the Legislature Monday to have Arkansas observe Standard Time all year round. This isn't the first time such legislation has been proposed. It was defeated in the state House back in 2015.
The proposal would have more of an effect here in Texarkana than in most parts of the state. Unless Texas makes a similar move, half the Twin Cities would be a hour ahead of the other for about half the year. That could get a bit confusing.
We want to know what you think. Do you support Arkansas going to Standard Time all year round? Or are you against the idea?
Send your response (50 words maximum) to email@example.com by Wednesday, Feb. 14. You can also mail your response to the Texarkana Gazette Friday Poll, at P.O. Box 621, Texarkana, TX 75504 or drop it off at our office, 101 E. Broad St, Texarkana, Ark. Be sure to include your name, address and phone number. We will print as many responses as we can in next Friday's paper.
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