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Published: Fri, March 09, 2018
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Spring Forward: Daylight saving time starts this weekend

Spring Forward: Daylight saving time starts this weekend

Daylight saving time will end November 4, when we'll set our clocks back one hour.

Daylight Saving 2018 begins on March 11.

Like this Sunday, when they and most other Americans will set their clocks ahead one hour when DST begins.

People living in Arizona, Hawaii and the US territories get along just fine without submitting to the bullying of "springing forward" and "falling back". Studies have indicated that losing that extra hour of sleep can raise the risk of everything from heart attacks to vehicle accidents, especially on the Monday following the time change.

It's really not a real thing.

Some states didn't but now do: In the past, MI and most of In did not observe the time change.

In a almost unanimous vote, Arizona legislators agreed to opt out of daylight-saving time in 1967.

Opinions about Daylight Savings Time differ state-by-state. They can't wait for Daylight Saving Time.

Arizona and Hawaii will not.

Arizona and Hawaii haven't observed daylight savings time since the late 1960s.

Efforts to kill off daylight saving time are almost as old as the time shift itself, and even today, some are trying to get it repealed.

The incentives for the Sunshine Protection Act include expected lower energy use in the evening hours and lower crime rates, as well as a boost in tourism for shops and attractions, the Times reported. That's why Florida would need congressional approval.

The scenario is probably why some states like Florida may have had enough with this bouncing around in time.

"The Governor will make a decision when the final bill reaches his desk", his spokeswoman, Lauren Schenone, said Tuesday night in a statement.

Is there any point to daylight saving? They also said disrupting sleep patterns with a time change can cause problems such as tardiness, fatigue, decreased motivation and decreased alertness.

The Standard Time Act established time zones and daylight saving in 1918, but it was short-lived.

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