How will ACLU react to Heller?
It puts them in quite a dilemma. Their past supposed neutrality on the 2A was premised on their position that Miller settled that it wasn't an individual right, so they didn't have to consider it one. Heller takes care of that nicely. So what are they to do? Some thoughts at Concurring Opinions. (Via Instapundit, who notes that this will bring to a head their tension between being a civil liberties group and being a limosine/left political group). I once heard speculation that there was another factor: major foundation funding that might dry up if they acknowledged the 2A.