Briese bill would eliminate falling back
Bill would maintain daylight saving time
February 11, 2021
Nebraskans may not have to remember to set clocks back one hour in the fall, if LB283 passes through the Legislature.
On Feb. 3, the Government Committee held a hearing on the bill, which is an updated version of last year's LB1015, which stalled in committee. More than one-third of the Legislature co-sponsored the bill.
"It seems everyone in the state hates the idea in having to change their clocks twice a year and I really do mean everyone," Briese said during the hearing.
LB283 would move the Cornhusker state to year-round daylight saving time.
In order for the bill to become law, the fe...