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Lawmakers weigh exempting Alaska from daylight saving

 


JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – A state Senate committee has advanced a bill that would exempt Alaska from daylight saving time, a measure that its sponsor said would be good for the health of state residents.

The bill, from Sen. Anna MacKinnon, R-Eagle River, would exempt Alaska from the annual time change beginning in 2017. That means Alaska would be five hours behind the East Coast, instead of four hours behind, from about March to November.

The delay in implementation is meant to give certain industries, like the cruise industry, time to prepare for the change.

The bill moved from the Senate St...



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