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Daylight savings is here. Who’s impacted by the time shift?




A photo from the '60s shows a collection of clocks used for timing Civil Service exams.
A photo from the '60s shows a collection of clocks used for timing Civil Service exams.
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It’s that time of the year again.

The highly-debated daylight savings shift struck Sunday morning at 2 a.m.

Critics of the time-shift say it’s unnecessary and dated, resulting in loss or productivity and an increase in heart attacks. Others say observing daylight saving is beneficial, leading to less traffic fatalities.

We check in on daylight savings and look into the affected stakeholders and interest groups.

What do you think about the biannual changing of clocks? Is it still relevant today? And how does it impact you? Call and weigh in at 866-893-5722.

Guest:

David Prerau, author of "Seize the Daylight: The Curious and Contentious Story of Daylight Saving Time" (Basic Books, 2006)