Stuck bill means DST to end before Yom Kippur

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September 14, 2012 11:10

 
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As the High Holidays begin, an argument between Shas and Meretz that has become an annual tradition rears its head yet again: When should daylight saving time end?

MK Nitzan Horowitz (Meretz) slammed Interior Minister Eli Yishai on Friday, saying the minister promised to pass a law to extend DST by 11 days, but buried it in the Shas-controlled Knesset Interior Committee.

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