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Saturday, March 11 2017

The idea of daylight saving time was first proposed by an entomologist in New Zealand who wanted extra daylight hours to study his bugs -- but that's another story.  Closer to home, it was during World War I that many European countries and the United States passed the first laws adjusting the clock to conserve energy resources.

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