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Daylight Saving Time

Marisa Espinoza
Sun setting at 7:03pm on Sunday March 10th

On the 10th of March, this last Sunday, daylight saving time began.

At exactly 2am the clock jumped forward to 3am. Originally daylight saving time was created in order to conserve energy. While many favorite this time of year not everyone has the same opinion. A permanent daylight saving time can bring many benefits.

With the sun setting later on in the day more people have the opportunity to get out and enjoy the sun year round. However the transition to Daylight Saving can cause troubles such as sleep issues for some people.

Here at Montclair High school 57.1% of people would want a permanent daylight savings time while 42.9% would not.

Number of Students at MOHI Who’d Prefer a Permanent Daylight Savings.
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Marisa Espinoza, Reporter

Hi, I'm Marisa. I like music, making bracelets, and writing. When I grow up I want to be a screenwriter for movies. Superhero movies hopefully. I hope to improve on my writing this year in Journalism.

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