I noticed a few years ago the local news stations started bitching about the time changes. Is this a localized thing, or are other places in North American--and the world for that matter--that change times in spring and fall also complaining about this change? And if there are complaints, who is driving these complaints?
I am not sure there isn't complainers about every aspect of our lives. Being flexible is the key to longevity methinks. Yeah, it's a pain to set the clocks back. Such is live, always something else that must be done. When I think of the things I'd like to contribute time to: makin' music, supporting universal health care, curing the opioid epidemic, well ... the clock thing is such small potatoes.
I remember doing support back when DST was modified for some reason or another. It created IT havoc costing industry an estimated one billion dollars. The reason for doing so had something to do with.....I can't remember, but I'm pretty sure it wasn't worth it.
Here in Australia, when dst was first introduced the farmers got a bit excited about it, and one complained that the increased hours of sunshine would cause the paint on his house to fade more quickly.