Court denies stay in Mance v. Holder
Story here. This is the case that struck down the GCA ban on interstate handgun sales by licensed dealers.
The government asked for a sixty-day stay so it could consider whether to appeal. We all know it's going to appeal, but the government wanted to proceed in its usual way (pondering everything, with meetings and exchange of memos and alerting 10,000 people before officially reaching the only obvious conclusion, hey, I used to be a GS-14 and know the ropes). The judge said, no way, you'll meet the deadline imposed on every other case.