LOS ANGELES -- California is one step closer to ditching daylight saving time.
State lawmakers on Thursday approved a bill that would get rid of the 67-year-old tradition.
It now heads to the state Senate, where a similar effort died last year over concerns that a change could be bad for business.
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Even if this legislation does make it past the Senate, any change would require federal approval.
Voters would then have the final say in the next general election.
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