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The Week contest: Daylight savings

Last week's contest:  Congress is considering legislation to make Daylight Savings Time permanent year-round, so clocks no longer need to be changed in the fall and spring. Please come up with an appropriate title for this bill.

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Smaller item

RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "Wake America Late Again"

Josh Dym, Bergenfield, New Jersey

SECOND PLACE: "No Hour Left Behind Act"

Joe Ayella, Wayne, Pennsylvania

THIRD PLACE: "The Times They Aren't A-Changin' Act"

Norm Carrier, Flat Rock, North Carolina

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"The Better Times Ahead Bill"

Kimberly Koehler, Portland, Oregon

"DST (Discontinue Silly Traditions) Act''

Amy Blauer, Montpelier, Idaho

"There is No Turning Back Bill"

Lynn Morales, Los Osos, California

"Car Clock Accuracy Bill"

John Ernst, River Edge, New Jersey

"Save the Day"

Katherine MacQueen, Los Angeles, California

"The No Yawn at Dawn Act"

Pat Alviso, Long Beach, California

"Same Time, All Year"

Rob Ritter, Delaware, Ohio

"Democracy Dies in Darkness"

John Smigelsky, Holmdel, New Jersey

"The Set It and Forget It Act"
Glenn McNichol, Mount Laurel, New Jersey

"Turn Clocks Back Better Bill"

John Bregoli, Weymouth, Massachusetts

"At Least We Can Fix This Bill"

Emily Glavtcheva, Windsor, California

"The Hours Are Yours Act''

John Blumenthal, Rye, New York

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