DETROIT — He's fine with Eastern Standard Time, and he's good with daylight saving time.
What Michigan state Rep. Pete Lucido hates is switching back and forth twice a year.
"It's not about the actual time. It's about changing that hour. That's what causes all the trouble," said the Republican from Shelby Township, Mich., about 25 miles north of Detroit.
He greets what is coming at 2 a.m. Sunday — when most Americans must set their clocks ahead one hour — with a mix of dread and chagrin.