Abolishing daylight-saving time in the United States would be beneficial in many ways, ranging from the workplace to travel, to mainframe computer problems and a basic burden on the people.
Some may argue that eliminating daylight-saving time will catastrophically change the world as we know it. Parents would send children to school just as the sun is rising, farmers would not have a long enough day to yield their crops and employees would endure long business days.
It is simple; most people are afraid of change. Why get rid of a system that seems to work or has been in use for as long as most can remember? There is no strong argument, however, as to whether daylight-saving time has a great significance on time in general. Then why not abolish the method all together? There is no great uproar in Arizona, Hawaii and that part of Indiana which does not observe daylight-saving time. Life is going along just fine there with the time staying constant all year round.