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**Related Video Above: Ohio lawmakers join other states in efforts to stop the clock on Daylight Saving Time last year**

CLEVELAND (WJW) — Every year, Ohioans have to contend with daylight saving time. But thankfully, with autumn now upon us, we gained an extra hour of sleep with the “fall back” time change.

Clocks rolled back this morning at 2 a.m. which marked the end of daylight saving time.

Those with excellent foresight knew to turn their clocks back before hitting the hay Saturday night. While others allowed their phone to let them know the time had changed when they woke up Sunday morning.

In recent years, Ohio lawmakers have considered doing away with daylight saving time (as seen in the video above), but no laws have been passed. States like Hawaii and Arizona do not adhere to daylight saving time, which was part of the Uniform Time Act of 1966.

Look out for spring forward to come our way on March 13, 2022.