What time is it anyway? Depends on where you live, but I'm not talking longitude here. I'm talking about the bi-annual changing of time in this country, incorrectly called daylight saving time. Last I checked, we don't save or bank any additional sun time, we only label it differently.

We challenge our body clocks, our sleep patterns, or alertness and even safety with this tampering with time. Hawaii and most of Arizona don't observe it. That complicates transportation schedules. And now Florida wants to stop this changing of clocks twice a year. The Sunshine State wants perpetual daylight saving time. Congress would have to approve. 

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