In a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act, a decision that has many implications for the future of healthcare. We’ve put together a quick round-up of resources to help break down the ruling and what it means to different people.
In case you missed it, you might want to take a look at the Justices’ opinion in full (PDF). And if the almost 200-page-long document is a little dense for you, thank goodness SCOTUSblog author Amy Howe has written it up in plain English.
The New Yorker released a handy score card on each Justices’ decisions with their always-entertaining illustrations. The Justice-by-Justice Obamacare Scorecard »
The New York Times supplied live updates, analysis and reactions throughout the day, including interesting reactions from everyday people around the country. Supreme Court Health Care Decision »
Politico gives us six takeaways from this drama-rich day. Supreme Court health care ruling: 6 takeaways »
The Huffington Post’s John Marttila writes about his company’s research on the Affordable Care Act. He believes that the opposition will pay the price if they threaten new healthcare measures. Yes We Can »
Earlier this year, many Catholic institutions expressed their opposition to the Affordable Care Act because of the contraceptive clause and other issues. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops gives its reaction to today’s ruling in the Washington Post. Bishops respond to Supreme Court ruling; renew plea to repair Affordable Care Act »
The Wall Street Journal fears that the Affordable Care Act may have a major negative impact on employment and the economy. ObamaCare Retail Recoil »
Finally, a photo gallery of the supporters and protesters who gathered at the Court today, brought to you by the Washington Post. Supreme Court upholds health-care law, individual mandate »