November 25, 2015

Timely! Fast Facts: CRS Report About the History of Daylight Saving Time in the U.S.

A 3 page report (last updated in 2007) from the Congressional Research Service that includes:

  • Historical Background About DST in the USA
  • Changing an Area’s Time Zone
  • Moving an Area On or Off DST

Direct to Daylight Saving Time (RS22284, March 7, 2007; via OpenCRS)

Another excellent resource

Not only an excellent place to check time the current time for thousands of locations around the world but they also offer this page with info about when each location begins and ends DST/BST.

See Also: Daylight Saving Time (via NASA)

See Also: Daylight Saving Time (via U.S. Naval Observatory)

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