HEALTHY LIVING
03/28/2008 02:44 am ET | Updated Nov 17, 2011

Daylight Savings Change Creates "Mini-Y2K"

Two years ago, when Congress passed a law to extend daylight saving time by a month, the move seemed a harmless step that would let the nation burn a little less fossil fuel and enjoy a bit more sunshine.

Representative Fred Upton, a Michigan Republican, predicted that children would rejoice at the prospect of an extra hour of daylight trick-or-treating on Halloween. But there is no rejoicing among corporate technology managers.

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