Sunday’s the day to move clocks ahead one hour. Marco Rubio wants this to be the last time.

It’s time to set clocks ahead, lose an hour of sleep – and, for many people, to complain about daylight saving time.

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., feels the pain of daylight-saving-time haters. He plans to mark Sunday’s annual “spring forward” of clocks by re-introducing federal legislation on Wednesday to make daylight saving time year-round.

If the proposal becomes law, the time shift would be permanent, with more light at the end of the day and less in the morning. And people would be saved the agony of the twice a year resetting of clocks.

The Sunshine Protection Act would make DST permanent across the country, something the senator said in a written statement could have multiple benefits. “Studies have shown many benefits of a year-round daylight saving time, which is why Florida’s Legislature overwhelmingly voted to make it permanent last year. Reflecting the will of the State of Florida, I’m proud to reintroduce this bill to make Daylight Saving Time permanent nationally,” Rubio said.