The Probability of Permanent Daylight Saving Time Increases
By Niko Balkaran and Lisa Sime
- The Santa Barbara News-Press says California and Colorado are just two out of seventeen states that have adopted permanent daylight saving bills.
- In a New York Times article, the director of the sleep medicine fellowship program at the University of Michigan says permanent daylight saving could disrupt our circadian rhythm leading to health issues such as heart problems.
- In the seventies, Congress passed a permanent daylight saving time law because of an energy crisis but quickly repealed it.