Spring time change is Sunday

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Do not forget to turn your clocks ahead one hour at 2 a.m. Sunday as daylight saving time begins.

Staten Islanders will welcome the unofficial start of spring when Daylight Saving Time goes into effect Sunday at 2 a.m.

Standard Time will soon give way to Daylight Saving Time.

If signed by the governor and given congressional approval, the bill, known as the "Sunshine Protection Act", would mean Florida would not fall back one hour during winter months.

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There may be some benefits to the time change, however.

Some people visiting the beach from out of state said the potential change could take time to get used to.

Germany was the first country to utilize Daylight Saving Time in 1916 in an effort to conserve electricity during World War I. Time reports that you could use daylight saving time to help reboot sleeping habits.

The good part about Daylight Saving Time?

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The next stop is the desk of Governor Rick Scott, whose office said he will review the proposal after formally receiving it.

Hawaii and most of Arizona now don't participate in switching from standard time to daylight-saving time and back. The U.S. Department of Transportation says that under the Uniform Time Act, as amended, states can exempt themselves from observing daylight saving time by state law.

Daylight saving time will end November 4, when clocks will fall back to standard time.

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