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Added Mar 11 2018

The original arguments Congress made for 'springing ahead' have been thoroughly debunked. So why, on the 100 year anniversary of daylight saving time, are we still changing our clocks? Tufts' Michael Downing explains.

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Date published
March 11, 2018
    100 years later, the madness of daylight saving time endures
    One hundred years after Congress passed the first daylight saving legislation, lawmakers in Florida this week passed the "Sunshine Protection Act," which will make daylight saving a year-round reality in the Sunshine State. If approved by the federal government, this will effectively move Florida's residents one time zone to the east, aligning cities from Jacksonville to Miami with Nova Scotia rather than New York and Washington, D.C.

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