Daylight Saving Time Bill Not A High Priority

State Senator Dan Feyen says passing a bill to do away with Daylight Saving Time in Wisconsin isn’t a top priority. Two State Representatives sponsored the bill. He says it still has to be worked on, but he has much more important priorities to focus on. He says workforce development and economic development and creating jobs in the 18th State Senate District and Wisconsin are what he is concentrating on. A referendum in 1954 led to Daylight Saving Time in Wisconsin. By the way Daylight Saving Time begins for the year a week from Sunday.