Washingtonians will need to be ready to fall back on November 3 as the state's push to ditch the switch and end Daylight Saving Time will not be approved by Congress before then according to  4th District Rep. Dan Newhouse.

"I wished Congress moved this quickly, but unfortunately, as you know, it sometimes takes a frustratingly longer amount of time to get things done here in D.C. Washington State residents will still have to fall back with their clocks at the appointed time. We haven't moved the legislation [that would permit Washington to choose to permanently remain on DST] through the process here yet, but there continues to be slow, steady work on that."

Rep. Newhouse says with the impeachment inquiries underway, very little else is getting done in our nation's capital.

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