SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. — It happens to a lot of us -  the second Sunday in March rolls around and your manual clocks don’t change. It's Daylight Saving time. 

“I had like, three hours of sleep and would have loved four hours of sleep,” said one woman.

In 2018, more than 4.5 million Californians - around 62% of the population - voted to keep daylight saving time and end the clock change for good. 

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Multiple studies have also shown the time change is bad for your health because it changes sleep patterns and may give kids less light in the mornings.

“We’re supposed to be, like, somewhere right now, but I set the alarm clock wrong,” another woman said.

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Despite the vote, the Golden state is still springing back and forth. That’s because after unanimously passing in the California assembly in 2018, the bill is now stuck in a California a senate committee and needs a two-thirds vote to pass.

Supporters say the bill to get rid of the change could happen this second legislative session, but there’s always the chance a conflicting bill could also be introduced.