Year Round Daylight Savings Time For Minnesota?
How do you feel about springing forward and falling back? Do you look forward to one, but not the other? Does it throw you off? Does it cause you to be out of sorts for days? Weeks?
There are Minnesota lawmakers that are wanting to change all that to a permanent Daylight Savings Time.
Think about this: If Minnesota was on daylight saving time year-round, there would be an earlier start to the day and a longer evening. In the summertime, dawn would be at 5 am in the morning, and in the winter, it would be closer to 8 or 9 a.m.
Would you like to see this permanent daylight savings time change? Send us your thoughts to email@example.com or Pete@minnesotasnewcountry.com.