Photo: Daylight Saving Time Facts



Electric Time Company employee Walter Rodriguez cleans the face of an 84-inch (213-centimeter) Wegman clock at the firm's plant in Medfield, Massachusetts, on October 30, 2008.

For most people in the United States, daylight saving time begins in the wee hours of March 8, 2009, with clocks turned forward one hour.

Photograph courtesy AP Photo/Elise Amendola


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