As Daylight Savings Time ends, people are asking if it’s time to “lock the clock”

Daylight Savings Time (DST) ends on Sunday, November 3, and while most people appreciate the extra hour added to their clocks, however they choose to use it, calls to end the switch to and from DST are growing across the country.

More problems than just trying to find and figure out how to reset all the clocks

Switching twice a year results in more accidents and heart attacks afterwards as well as bad moods, as Oregon state Rep. Bill Post attested. “After the 2018 time change, I don’t know what happened, but people got grouchy,” he said as his state approved year-round DST on June 17 of this year.

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