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END DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME

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Please stop the messing with our schedules. It's an antiquated practice that only aggravates people. As it is Arizona, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgina Islands, and America Samoa do not participate in this practice.
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Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Jackson Heights, NY signed.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Minneapolis, MN signed.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Florissant, MO signed.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Starke, FL writes:
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Just leave the time alone, keep it at standard time year around
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Blue Springs, MO signed.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Hillsborough, NJ writes:
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What is the purpose of this change?
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Maple Shade, NJ signed.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Trenton, NJ writes:
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Please stop this antiquated madness!
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Tracy, CA signed.
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Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Denver, CO signed.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Staten Island, NY writes:
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DST no longer applies and serves no value. We are now in the age of high efficiency products and the change doesn't have a meaningful impact other than cause disruption in people's lives.
Mar 9th, 2014
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Someone from Goose Creek, SC signed.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Lutherville Timonium, MD signed.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Hartland, WI writes:
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If we can all adjust to time changes twice a year, I'm sure we can figure out not changing the clocks. What a silly idea it is. Who REALLY benefits from it?
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Sale Creek, TN writes:
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Please end daylight savings time, we need to have one time and stay with it. Changing the time does not help with anything and it's very confusing. Stop trying to change the time. LETS STOP THIS NOW
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Orlando, FL writes:
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My son has tests tomorrow and it's impossible to get him to sleep. It won't be pretty!
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Marietta, GA signed.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Lexington Park, MD signed.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Cleveland, OH writes:
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It's still winter here. At least move it back into April or May when it would actually make sense.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Pearland, TX writes:
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If anything, it should be other way. It doesn't help to have daylight at 9 PM. It messes up biological clocks.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Skiatook, OK writes:
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Please put an end to Daylight Saving Time. It is just a nuisance that is antiquated and needs to be done away with.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Grand Rapids, MI writes:
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Daylight savings is antiquated. Please eliminate it.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Thousand Oaks, CA signed.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from West Palm Beach, FL writes:
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I am sick and tired of getting out of work at 5 pm and it being night time. School kids get off at 5 pm in PBC from most extracurricular activities and many of them have to walk home in the dark. It isn't proactive in anyway.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Thousand Oaks, CA signed.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Chino Hills, CA signed.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Orange, TX writes:
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Daylight savings is inconvenient, it disrupts school children and their schedules along with adults. We need to simply choose a time and stick with it.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Irvine, CA signed.
Mar 9th, 2014
Someone from Dayton, OH signed.
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