By Tim Lynch
The Washington Post has an interesting article about what has happened in the city since the Supreme Court declared the city's gun ban unconstitutional in the landmark Heller decision in 2008.
Basically, hundreds of residents have registered thousands of firearms. More than 2 years have passed and the predicted mayhem is not here. DC Mayor Fenty called the court ruling an "outrage" and said the ban was necessary to stop residents from intentionally or accidentally killing one another.
Paul Helmke of the Brady Campaign says the debate over the ban is not over yet. Several more years of data gathering will be necessary. And so the debate rolls on!