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New Mexico Republican state Senate Minority Leader Gregory Baca of Belen, right, and Sen. Cliff Pirtle, R-Roswell, stand on the Senate floor on Tuesday, Jan. 19 in Santa Fe, on the first day of a 60-day legislative session. (AP Photo/Morgan Lee)

SANTA FE (AP) — New Mexico would eliminate twice-annual seasonal time changes under a bill endorsed Friday by the New Mexico state Senate.

On a 22-18 vote, the Democrat-led Senate approved a bill that would keep New Mexico on daylight saving time throughout the year.