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In the article, “Should Daylight Savings Time Become Permanent?” (BTW) I learned that daylight saving was first developed in the early 1900s to save fuel. This became a debate on wherever they should keep daylight savings. Legislators decided that it was time to make it a full year-round thing. An example to illustrate their saving is how Standard Time (from November to March) is when Americans set their clocks back one hour to prioritize the shortened length of daylight during the winter months.

I think we should make daylight savings time permanent because changing clocks have health impacts for us humans like managing a good sleeping schedule. If we won´t change time then our sleeping schedules would be messed up and things would start getting complicated. It would also have a positive effect on the economy as well. Americans spend less money during standard time than they do during daylight savings time.

Would you make Daylight Saving Time a Permanent thing?

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