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Daylight saving time and when to turn clocks back

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Daylight saving time is just about here, and people want to know when to turn clocks back.

Daylight Saving Time and when to turn clocks back

It will end at 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022. That’s just a couple of days away from now.

While we may get an extra hour of sleep, it will also get darker much earlier every night.

The good news for some is that this could be our last clock change.

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According to Rochester First, it is very possible that this is our last time changing clocks for daylight saving time.

Back on March 15, 2022, the Senate passed the Sunshine Protection Act which would make daylight saving time all year long.

It still needs to pass the House of Representatives and be signed by President Joe Biden for it to become law.

Rep. Frank Pallone Jr., the chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, spoke on the topic.

He shared that the move isn’t a major priority, but that they are trying to work on it and get it done.

He added that if anything were to be done, it would not happen until the fall.

Should the bill pass, it would go into effect in November of 2023. That means this fall and next spring won’t change.

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