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It is time we make Daylight Savings Time the new Standard Time. The United States already is on DST 8 months of the year. How can something be in place 2/3 of the time, and not be considered the standard. Instead of changing the clocks back in November, let's do away with traditional Standard Time. DST should be the new standard and end the practice of moving clocks forward or back.

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Oct 20th, 2017
Someone from Ponchatoula, LA writes:
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Please Stop
Oct 20th, 2017
Someone from Houston, TX signed.
Oct 20th, 2017
Daniel V. from Houston, TX signed.
Oct 11th, 2017
Stan W. from Brooklyn, NY writes:
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It's time to do away with this. No more excuses. "It's for the farmers". "Or "kids don't want to go to school in the dark". It helps the economy, as people will do more after they get out of work in the evening. When it's dark at 4:30pm, everybody got home for the night. Nobody is out and about, doing things.
Sep 18th, 2017
Christopher R. from Seattle, WA writes:
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This is such a no brainer.
Jun 6th, 2017
Lynn S. from Paradise, CA writes:
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End the madness. But keep DST!
Jun 5th, 2017
Jan E. from South San Francisco, CA writes:
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Keep DAYLIGHT savings time. It is more productive in the daytime and great to see a sunset at 8pm.
Jun 5th, 2017
Jan E. from South San Francisco, CA writes:
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Keep DAYLIGHT savings time. It is more productive in the daytime and great to see a sunset at 8pm.
Jun 5th, 2017
Someone from Brisbane, CA writes:
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More daylight makes for a more productive and happier day. Falling back in the fall makes for nightfall by 5.
Mar 26th, 2017
Donita A. from Hayes, VA writes:
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On the first Monday and Tuesday following the time change I was over an hour late for work due to vehicle accidents. The kids were standing in the dark waiting for the school bus. The time change makes absolutely no sense. Why do it?
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