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The Effects of Daylight Saving Time

On March 11th, Florida will spring forward for daylight saving! If approved by Congress, this could be a permanent move for the state of Florida.

We spoke with Captain Gene Luciano who doesn’t think it will affect his business at all. Gene elaborates, “We gotta get the boats ready we leave at 6:30-7:00 everyday. So, I don’t think it’d make much difference.” However, Principal Jamie Trotter, of Six Mile Charter Academy thinks otherwise. She explains, “Students need to have more time to be out there and get fresh air and play and engage in outside activities too. So, having more time after school in the daylight would be helpful for them too.”

How will this affect your day-to-day? Do you think you will take advantage of the daylight? Will it affect your kids school day or your business? Tell us your thoughts.

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