Florida state Sen. Darren Soto, a Democrat, introduced the "Sunshine Protection Act" earlier this year that would make daylight saving time permanent year round. Why? Soto, an attorney, said that he was just tired of leaving his law office in the dark.
Hey, here's an idea: How about instead of everyone else changing their clocks, you change your office hours?
Not that I object to the idea per se, really -- if timekeeping is going to be a matter of law, why not just pick a single scenario and stick with it? And I don't particularly care which scenario it is. If people want more or less daylight, they can set their own schedules earlier or later as they please, instead of expecting everyone else to spring forward, fall back, etc.