In the Washington Times, Jacob Sullum argues "D.C.'s political leaders know they are inviting another Second Amendment lawsuit, but they are determined to defy the Supreme Court and the Constitution for as long as possible."
While the Washington Post upbraids Congress for considering legislation affecting DC's new laws: "DISTRICT residents are sadly accustomed to congressional interference in their affairs. Usually, the meddling comes in a bid to overturn local legislation."
Rather strange, since the Post otherwise supports Congress "meddling" in State and local affairs. I guess it just figures Congress should control everything except the federally-owned enclave where Congress sits.
And the LA Times notes that DC residents still can't buy guns. The Gun Control Act of 1968 forbids them to buy handguns in Maryland, VA, and other States, and the DC government hasn't promulgated regulations on purchasing guns. (I wonder if it has to. The ban was a ban on registrations, overlaid on an existing registration system. Unless the registration system had some ban on sales, too, there would be no regulations necessary to allow a sale).
Hat tip to Dan Gifford.