American federalism allows states to be incubators of new ideas and policies. This can be helpful. But this isn't supposed to happen with a natural right that's specifically protected within the U.S. Bill of Rights.
When, in 2010, Arizona became the third state in the union to adopt constitutional carry, it was a national story. In 2021, five states were added to the rolls and it barely made the news because the impact has been good.
Seventy-five years have passed since George Orwell observed that, when challenged by uncomfortable facts, political advocates often descend into “euphemism, question-begging and sheer cloudy vagueness.”