Daylight Saving Time proposal in Wisconsin

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A Republican Lawmaker from Oshkosh wants to get rid of Daylight Saving Time in Wisconsin.

State Representative Michael Schraa of Oshkosh is working with State Representative Samantha Kerkman to look for co-sponsors. 

Daylight Saving Time starts in the spring.

That’s when the clocks are turned forward an hour.

They’re turned back an hour in the fall.

Arizona and Hawaii don’t follow the time switch.

There are proposals in Iowa and Michigan to do the same.

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