Kevin on the street: What do GRCC students think about Daylight savings?


By Kevin Lopez

On this episode of Kevin on the Street,  we ask GRCC students how they feel about daylight savings.

Let’s get started with a refresher. Daylight savings is when on the second Sunday of March all clocks go forward one hour in time and on the first Sunday of November all clocks go back one hour in time.

The idea behind daylight savings is that people can make more use of daylight during the day. It has many supporters and many detractors and in May of 2022, the Senate unanimously passed a bill to get rid of it, but the bill failed to make it out of the House.

Check out the video to hear what your fellow students have to say about daylight savings.

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