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Daylight savings time? Not yet

(AP) – If you were planning on setting your clock back an hour Sunday night as people are used to doing on the last weekend in October, you’ll find yourself an hour late for work on Monday.

Legislation was approved in 2005 that added four weeks to Daylight Savings Time.

That move was finally implemented this year. Three of those weeks came last spring when Daylight Time began early. It will end a week later than it has in the past.



Standard Time is set to start the first weekend in November, on the fourth.


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