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Arizona is one of only a couple states that do not make the switch to Daylight Savings Time on March 13th.  This creates a confusion among travelers and people doing business in the state.  

Arizona geographically sits within the Mountain Time Zone, but only keeps up with the other states in the time zone for a few short months during Daylight Standard Time.

It would make economic and social sense for Arizona to be consistent with every other state in the Mountain Time Zone.

 

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Letter to
Majority Whip Steve Pierce
Speaker Pro Tempore Steve B. Montenegro
Majority Whip Debbie Lesko
and 10 others
Minority Whip Matt Heinz
Assistant Minority Leader Steve Farley
Speaker of the House Kirk D. Adams
Majority Leader Andy Tobin
President Pro Tempore Sylvia Allen
Minority Leader David Schapira
Minority Whip Paula Aboud
Assistant Minority Leader Leah Landrum Taylor
Minority Leader Chad Campbell
Senate President Russell Pearce
Arizona is one of only a couple states that do not make the switch to Daylight Savings Time on March 13th. This creates a confusion among travelers and people doing business in the state.

Arizona geographically sits within the Mountain Time Zone, but only keeps up with the other states in the time zone for a few short months during Daylight Standard Time.

It would be economically and socially beneficial for Arizona to be consistent with every other state in the Mountain Time Zone.

Please pass legislation that would maintain a consistency within the Mountain Time Zone.