Here’s when you’ll lose an hour in March

Dennis Hudson
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As every other U.S. state springs forward with the start of daylight saving time in March 2023, Hawaii and most of Arizona will remain havens where residents don’t have to change the clocks on every appliance, vehicle and electronic device they own.

Even more good news: Arizonans won’t have to navigate a one-hour time difference with our West Coast neighbors anymore when daylight saving time begins — until it returns in the fall, anyway.

Arizona — with the exception of the Navajo Nation, which spans Arizona, Utah and New Mexico — has not observed DST for the last 50 years, after decades of going on and off daylight-saving measures implemented during wars. According to the Pima County Public Library, “Arizona … went on Daylight Saving Time on April 30, 1967, for the first time since World War II. Daylight Saving Time was rejected by the Arizona legislature in 1968.”

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