A bill that apparently was sparked by a conversation in a Sarasota barber’s chair is set to abolish the changing of clocks in Florida, to stay on daylight saving time year-round. Senator Greg Steube’s bill cleared the Legislature on Tuesday and now heads to Gov. Rick Scott for approval. Steube’s bill asks Congress to pass legislation permitting Florida to stay in daylight saving time all year. Federal law currently allows states to opt out of daylight saving time and stay in standard time, but does not allow year-round daylight saving time. Steube claims the only opposition has come from those who worry about not having Florida’s clocks in sync with other East Coast states. He said the best way to solve that problem…is to make year-round daylight saving time nationwide.