May 18, 2021

Daylight Savings Time: An Overview From the Congressional Research Service

Remember, Daylight Savings Time begins at 2am Sunday (March 12, 2011) in most of the U.S.

Here’s the March 7, 2007 version of the CRS “Daylight Savings Time” (3 pages; PDF) report (RS 22284).

It was written by Mark Gurevitz, Knowledge Services Group, Congressional Research Service.

For More Time/Date Info Visit TimeandDate.com
The site offers a number of tools and info including the dates when (if at all) daylight savings time begins and ends outside the U.S.

Here’s an example.

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