One of our followers asked the following question on our Health and Well-Being page under the Areas of Concern menu: I find it interesting that most studies site Monday morning as the day where sleep is lost. The DST change occurs on Sunday morning at 2:00 AM, so it’s actually Saturday night that you need […]
While there’s no bill in Pennsylvania proposing to make changes to Daylight Saving Time in the state, here at Time Zone Report we wanted mention something their legislature is doing to help promote the health and safety of their citizens during the time change coming this Sunday morning, March 8, 2015. There is a resolution, sponsored […]
Our first Topic Brief podcast, all about Year-Round Daylight Saving Time. Click the podcast link, or scroll to the script below on SliodeShare.com. Podcast script:
It’s eerily quiet out here. Not much going on regarding Daylight Saving Time, and yet, there are still 10 states with what appears to be active DST legislation. I say “appears to be”, because I’ve been reading up on how our government operates, how bills are created, killed, moved forward, and approved. I never was much […]
Tuesday I posted a podcast summary of all Daylight Saving Time state legislation to date. It brings you up-to-date on everything that has happened in 2015 — in under 15 minutes!
In my research I’ve found references to two books published just on the topic of Daylight Saving Time. Spring Forward: The Annual Madness of Daylight Saving Time, by Michael Downing, published 2005 by Shoemaker & Hoard, a division of Avalon Publishing Group Seize the Daylight: The Curious and Contentious Story of Daylight Saving Time, by […]
First of all, a brief apology for not keeping up-to-date daily. Apparently it’s our turn to suffer colds this week, but we’re on the mend… so here’s the latest, from most recent and going back to the previous Legislative Update last week on Thursday.
Yesterday afternoon I had a 10 minute phone call with a member of the staff from the Office of the General Counsel at the US Department of Transportation.
So there are nine states with active DST-related legislation. With two new states last week, who can keep up? Here’s the simplest review we can give you…