Chicago Not Done Fighting If Court Strikes Gun Ban

If the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down Chicago's handgun ban, the city will likely do what Washington, D.C., did when its own ban was overturned two years ago.D.C. put in place all sorts of regulations and restrictions to make it tougher to buy guns and easier for police to know who has them. And since the D.C. ban was lifted, just over 800 guns have been registered there.Chicago Mayor Richard Daley won't say specifically what plans he has in mind if the Supreme Court rules against the city next week. But many say that a ruling favorable to gun rights advocates will lead to a new round of legislation — and lawsuits.Daley told The Associated Press recently that the city won't just "roll over" if the high court rules against it.