Louisville/Jefferson County, Kentucky 2021-09-14 03:45:21 –
Autumn is just around the corner. In other words, it’s about time to “fall back”.
Daylight saving time ends early on Sunday, November 7th. If your watch rolls back for an hour, you’ll get an hour of sleep.
For those who love long summer days when the sun shines well until evening, you have to wait until March for daylight savings time to begin.
Daylight Saving Time was first introduced in Kentucky in 1918. Part of a nationwide promotion to save electricity during World War I..it’s been Observed throughout the state for decades..
Daylight saving time is used in most states, with the exception of Arizona and Hawaii. According to federal law, they are allowed to say, “Thank you, but not.”
Meanwhile, the state needs federal approval to monitor daylight savings time all year round, yet two Kentucky lawmakers Pre-submission of bill to do so in 2019..
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