This bill would do away with daylight savings time: https://www.legis.iowa.gov/legislation/BillBook?ba=SF2020&ga=88 A bill from last year: https://www.legis.iowa.gov/legislation/BillBook?ba=HF 71&ga=88 The first bill would make standard time our year round time, the second bill from a year ago would make daylight savings time our year round time. The difference? Last years bill in favor of year round DSL was sponsored by several Republicans, this year's bill in favor of year round standard time is sponsored by a Democrat. This does have hunting implications though. I sure like DSL during turkey season because I can sleep in. I like standard time during deer season because the sun sets earlier therefore deer camp activities start earlier. I know some hunters like DSL during deer season because the sun stays up later and they have more time to hunt after work. Last year's bill had a subcommittee hearing but not a full committee hearing. It was referred to the Committee on State Government. This year's bill has been assigned to the same committee. EDIT: Both were assigned to the Committee on State Government, the House bill went to the House Committee on State Government and the Senate bill went to the Senate Committee on State Government.