Late Saturday night or early Sunday morning, Americans will turn their clocks back one hour to observe the end of daylight saving time. Over at Quartz, economist Allison Schrager is taking the opportunity to suggest that we do something radical:

This year, Americans on Eastern Standard Time should set their clocks back one hour (like normal), Americans on Central and Rocky Mountain time do nothing, and Americans on Pacific time should set their clocks forward one hour. After that we won’t change our clocks again—no more daylight saving. This will result in just two time zones for the continental United States. The east and west coasts will only be one hour apart. Anyone who lives on one coast and does business with the other can imagine the uncountable benefits of living in a two-time-zone nation (excluding Alaska and Hawaii).

What do you think about that?