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Opening Arguments

Time and again

Tonight's lead editorial is about the, to some, disappointing reality that nobody's time zone is likely to change in Indiana; we're just going to move to daylight-savings time based on whatever zone we're already in. I sincerely hope it's the last piece I have to write for a while on this issue, which has been dragging on since before I started in the newspaper business. But my wish probably won't be granted because of this new wrinkle: Congress seems likely to exend DST by two months, having it run from March through November instead of April through October. Goody, another endless round of wheel-spinning arguments.

Posted in: Hoosier lore


Masson's Blog
Thu, 07/21/2005 - 11:24am

Even More Daylight Saving Time

Adding to the Daylight Saving Time fun, Congress is adding 2 months to DST. According to this article, DST will begin on the first Sunday in March and end the last Sunday in November. Currently it begins the first Sunday...