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Daylight Saving 2018: Don't forget to turn your clocks forward

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Florida Legislature has passed a bill that�would make the state the first to adopt year-round daylight saving time

It appears the extra hour of daylight in the evening prompts people to use their cars and trucks more, increasing gasoline use as well. Were set to move our clocks ahead one hour this Sunday.

It is unlikely Congress would take up any proposal to allow Florida alone to make daylight saving time permanent, Yates said. The Germans enforced it during World War I to create more daylight to save on fuel.

While some babies easily adjust to the time change, others take a little longer, child sleep expert Amy Lage writes on Macaroni Kid. Managing Editor Leeanna Ellis and Assistant Editor Teresa Hoffman debate. Most people find it's a good idea to set their clocks ahead before heading to bed Saturday night. She jokes that I'll be late for my own funeral.

We asked some folks if they like losing an hour sleep or leaving it the way it is.

A state legislator failed in his attempt to make Tennessee one of what would have been only four states to adopt a law that would have saved Tennesseans the hassle of setting and resetting their clocks twice a year.

The company has been developing lights that automatically dim themselves based on the time of day, and which shift from a bluer light during day-time to a more orange light at night. On the Monday after daylight saving time starts, students will show up for school exhausted and crabby.

But beyond just color, Smitt said Lumileds technology is optimized to spectral output that best resembles natural light and has the most beneficial effect on human test subjects.

It's changed over the years, too. In return, the days will be full of light longer into the evening. The dates are the last Sunday in April to the last Sunday in October. Daylight Saving Time begins today. But it wasn't until 1966 that the Uniform Time Act was established.

In Florida the answer is, not very many people.

Mother Nature does her thing despite manmade constrictions, of course, and we naturally have fewer daylight hours in the fall and winter. But he wants one or the other.

Let's be honest: With the advent of personal computers and smartphones, the burden of Daylight Saving Time is not as heavy as it once was. When he found he was oversleeping in Paris, he encouraged the French to fire off cannons at sunrise to awaken citizens so they could utilize more hours of daylight and reduce candle use. Is this all really necessary?

At 2 a.m. Sunday, daylight-saving time, the result of moving our clocks forward one hour in the spring, will commence.

Florida passes daylight saving time bill, but what does it mean? .

I'm not the only one who feels this way. It passed 103-11 in the House.

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