Daylight Savings - Ditch the Switch?

Earlier this year, Washington state passed legislation to remain on Daylight Savings Time permanently, in other words to "spring ahead" an hour in the spring, stay there, and not "fall behind" an hour in the fall, thus not having to change the clocks twice a year anymore. Several other states, including California and Oregon, have passed similar legislation. Approval from Congress at the federal level is still required before the states can adopt the change. 

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* 1. What would you prefer to do with the clocks?

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* 2. When would you rather have an extra hour of daylight? 

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* 3. How does switching the clocks in the spring and fall currently affect you?

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* 4. What do you see as potential pros or cons of springing ahead and never switching the clocks again - remaining on "Permanent Daylight Savings Time," if approved by Congress?

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* 5. What do you see as potential pros and cons of keeping things the way they are, and switching the clocks twice a year? 

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