Daylight saving bill headed to Gov. Scott's desk
A bill to keep Florida on daylight saving time year round is headed to the governor's desk.
On Tuesday, the state Senate passed the bill 33 votes to two.
The two 'no' votes came from the Republican Senator from Nassau County and the Democrat from Palm Beach County.
If the governor doesn't veto the bill, it goes to Congress for a vote.
If it passes there, it will take effect July 1 and Florida will not fall back this November.