CHEYENNE, Wyo.-- Spring forward and fall back.Adjusting our clocks every season is something we have become accustomed to.But, could it be no more? House Bill 14 has made its way to the Senate where it has been placed on general file. The bill proposes to end daylight saving time, putting us on mountain daylight time all year. “Instead of being on standard time we would bounce up an hour ahead so it will be dark longer in the morning and it will be light longer in the evening” said representative Dan Laursen. However, even if the bill passes in Wyoming three contiguous states must also agree to the change.The bill has faced some controversies from parents regarding dark mornings being dangerous for smaller children getting ready for school.Representative Laursen agreed that this is a concern, but says it is no different than what we already do in the winter months .Proposing to end daylight saving time has been in the works for over 4 years now, and representatives are excited for the possibility of making it a reality..