Seegers v. Gonzales cert denial
The Supreme Court has denied cert. (declined to take the case) of Seegers v. Gonzales. That was one of two challenges to the DC handgun ban, and the DC Circuit upheld a dismissal for lack of standing (i.e., no right to sue to challenge a statute, absent prosecution under it).
The other challenge, Parker v. DC, remains pending in the DC Circuit.
[Update: Alan Gura, counsel for the Parker plaintiffs, writes:
We're currently awaiting a scheduling order in Parker. Recall that we made a much better record on standing.
The appellees' attempts to dismiss the Parker appeal on standing grounds was denied by the D.C. Circuit in November. While standing remains an issue in the case, the court has also sought briefing on the merits.