Thanks to Heller's attorneys Alan Gura, Bob Levy, and Clark Neily for updating us all on the SCOTUS case.
www.dcguncase.com is the official site for the Plaintiffs (now respondant) in the challenge to DC's gun ban. Some interesting developments here.
This is one of the few times Dick Cheney and Bush publically disagreed on an issue. Cheney supports Heller in this case. Bush's justice department wants things both ways on this issue by supporting "individual rights", but opposing strict scrutiny.
55 Senators support Heller. 250 Congresscritters support Heller. As expected, Carl Levin and Debbie Stabenow do not support freedom. Almost ALL of the senators supporting this are Republicans. Only Bob Casey, Ben Nelson, Russ Feingold, Blanche Lincoln, Tim Johnson, Ken Salazar, Jon Tester, and Jim Webb signed on for the democrats among the senators. One shocker on the GOP side for me was George Voinovich who is strongly anti-gun. The house was a little more bi-partisan, but still strongly Republican. Of the Michigan Delegation, Dave Camp, Pete Hoekstra, Mike Rogers, John Dingell, Bart Stupak, Candice Miller, Thad McCotter, Joe Knollenberg, Fred Upton, and Tim Walberg signed it. Vern Ehlers, John Conyers (who signed with the gun grabbers), Carolyn Kilpatrick, Dale Kildee, and Sander Levin did not sign it.
The states are more bipartisan with less of the "Washington Democrat" (different than many states' dems) poison influence that hangs around. 31 States support Heller, including Michigan thanks to Mike Cox.
Several advocacy groups and law professors supported Heller, most of them with some sort of libertarian or conservative leanings, but not exclusively the case.
Both sides have their briefs up, and it's listed here under case filings. I recommend reading all of them if you get a chance. They took the Solicitor General to task heavily in their brief in their push on strict scrutiny.