Daylight saving time is coming to an end. Sunday, March 12th, we began advancing the timepieces; they will ultimately revert on Sunday.
You will gain an additional hour of sleep once DST ends at 2:00 a.m., whereas in the spring, springing forward deprived you of an hour of sleep.
Although the United States, along with over 70 other countries, observes this biennial practice, there is currently an ongoing movement to eliminate Daylight Saving Time (DST).
Two states in the United States opted out of the practice over half a century ago.
In light of the Sunshine Protection Act of 2023's reintroduction, one may inquire which states will eliminate daylight savings time in 2023.
Continue reading to discover more.As of this writing, daylight saving time continues throughout the United States.
The Senate voted unanimously in March 2022 to approve the Sunshine Protection Act, a bill that would permanently institute DST.
To date, only two states—Arizona and Hawaii—have chosen not to observe DST, and that was in the 1960s.