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11-06-2011 @ 9:11PM
@Noyou actually it's 49/50 state observe DST. Prior to 2005 there was 48/50 but as of 2006 Indiana went to DST. The reason why was that Indiana was completely confusing, the Southeastern part of the state was on EDST, Northwestern and Southwestern parts observed CDST. The rest of the state was on Easter Standard time meaning that they didn't change at all. In 2006 all of Indiana went to Easter Daylight Savings time except for parts of NW and SW IN, which are on Central Daylight Savings time. Interestingly enough, it was the fight over this that extended DST the extra 4 weeks over the course of the year, as Rep Fred Upton read about the IN fight and got DST extended
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