Time Zone Report

Following Daylight Saving Time legislation in the US

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Time Zone Report makes information about Daylight Saving Time Legislation available to you, however you like to follow news and trending topics.  Here is information about how you can keep up-to-date your way… via Facebook, Twitter, podcast, or LinkedIn.


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Locate the “US Time Zone and Daylight Saving Time” group on LinkedIn, or click here.

Ray’s LinkedIn Profile

Some posts are made from my personal profile on LinkedIn here or with this button. I don’t provide much detailed information on my LinkedIn profile, but there is more on the LinkedIn group mentioned above..

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  1. Thank you so much for all of this info! I wish Ben Franklin had never thought up DST. I am corresponding with my state rep to see if we can just stay on Standard time, but I understand a lot of folks like the other. -sigh- Thanks again.


  2. I think it’s obvious that most of the States in America want to do away with DST. Why does this have to be such a big deal with the Congress? We are the people, we want it changed.

    I THINK THERE’S SOMETHING MORE IMPORTANT THAN “SAVINGS?” HERE IF WE’RE ALL HONEST. For us it’s more to do with mental well being. It is documented that many people suffer with the Winter Syndrom of less daylight. I, for one, would love it if the Fall and Winter had ONE HOUR MORE OF SUNLIGHT. It’s that simple for me.

    Join me in Ohio changing to STOP DST.


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