April 1, 2023

Urban Tech Story | Mexico cancels daylight saving time, and border cities close to the United States can keep it

Mexico cancels daylight saving time, but cities near the U.S. border can keep it

Senate of MexicoacceptedThe bill to repeal daylight saving time ended the practice of adjusting clocks twice a year. Towns near the U.S. border can continue to maintain daylight saving time, possibly because of their close ties to the United States. The Mexican Senate passed the bill with 59 votes in favour, 25 against and 12 abstentions. The bill has previously passed the lower house and will become law after being signed by President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. It is expected to go into effect on Sunday, when Mexico turns the clock back one last time.

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