Spring Forward Sunday With Daylight Saving Time, Consider Changing Smoke, CO DetectorsBy Shelly Foster Mar 11, 2017
Daylight-saving time as we know it today was signed into law in 2005 with the Energy Policy Act, which declared that clocks will spring forward on the second Sunday in March and fall back on the first Sunday in November.
In a new survey from the Better Sleep Council (BSC), 94% of parents said it takes two or more days to get their kids back into their regular sleep pattern. Do we really need to do this to ourselves? Last year, 19 bills were pending in state legislatures around the U.S.to end the biannual time change, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. As The Huffington Post stated, it's the internal alarm clock that will likely wake you an hour before your alarm that's set to follow daylight saving time.
Research shows the time-turning tradition can lead to more traffic-related accidents. It also is a crime deterrent, DOT claims, because people are out during the daylight and not at night, "when more crime occurs", the agency states. In 1966, Congress passed the time act unifying the practice across the USA but allowing states to opt out by local ordinance.
How to manually change the timer for Daylight Saving on your iPhone. The California Energy Commission published a report, in which it states that the extension of daylight saving time in March 2007 had little or no effect on energy consumption in California.
However, not everyone agrees it offers energy saving benefits. States could exempt from observing Daylight Saving Time only if the whole state was on board with the idea.
Compared to the Monday before the time switch, Google users searched for 3 percent more entertainment-related websites the Monday following the change.
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Daylight savings changes just like the hands on a clock.
For a half century, Arizona - but not including the Navajo reservation - has refused to perform the standard to-daylight-saving-and-back-again dance.
Among the states that don't now participate in daylight saving are Arizona and Hawaii, as well as several US territories. But residents here - especially those with family or business interests in other parts of the country - must still keep a close watch on the time change.
One possible explanation for the sharp spending decline, Farrell said, is that the extra hour of darkness could push more people to shop online rather than in-person.
Who observes daylight saving time?
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