One of the rare bipartisan accomplishments during Florida’s 2018 legislative session was the passage of a bill that puts the Sunshine State on daylight saving time year-round.
The idea is that Floridians would get more sunshine later in the evening. But the plan comes with trade-offs. If approved by the federal government, what would change?
Follow this graphic from midnight throughout the day to see what would change.
Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported that elementary schools in Pinellas County begin at 7:35 a.m. Most Pinellas elementary schools begin at 8:35.