How close is Utah to permanent daylight saving time?  

Utah has passed a bill to stay on permanent daylight saving time (DST).

This means that the state will not "fall back" in the fall.

The bill now requires approval from Congress to become law.

Several other states have also passed similar bills.

The idea behind permanent DST is to give people more daylight in the evenings.

However, some experts warn that it could have negative effects on people's health.

The issue of DST has been debated for decades and is controversial.

Some argue that it saves energy, while others say it disrupts sleep patterns.

It remains to be seen whether Utah and other states will be able to make permanent DST a reality.