Md. could spring forward permanently with Daylight Saving Time bill

ANNAPOLIS — At 2 a.m. Sunday, hundreds of millions of Americans will “spring forward” one hour in the annual observance of Daylight Saving Time — gaining an hour of sunlight, but losing an hour of sleep. Some Maryland lawmakers are aiming to change that. Whether it’s gaining an hour or losing an hour, the time change can ...

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