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Why get rid of Daylight Savings time?

Why get rid of Daylight Savings time?

This month marks 100 years since daylight saving time was first used in the United States. The semiannual clock-tinkering ritual began in Europe two years earlier and eventually made its way across the pond as a way to save coal and energy during World War I.

There's a good case to be made for moving the clocks forward and keeping DST year-round. But what would happen if we simply abolished DST and used standard time all year — like Arizona and Hawaii?

As reported on the WASHINGTON POST website - TIME MORE!

Last modified onTuesday, 13 March 2018 04:51
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