State house committee will hear testimony on bill to end Daylight Saving Time

It's the first step towards getting rid of Daylight Saving Time in Michigan.

A state house committee will hold a hearing on a bill that would end the twice-a-year time change.

One of the witnesses will testify about the side-effects it can have on your health when we spring forward and fall back.

Last Monday, we told you about a study which shows the number of people who have strokes, goes up 8% in the two days after Daylight Saving Time begins in March.

We'll let you know if the committee votes on the bill.