But the fact that five justices were nearly willing to strike it down shows just how conservative this Court truly is.
The Affordable Care Act extends coverage to almost 14 million women. Ladies, give the president a hand.
Could the Supreme Court's ruling on healthcare be a major victory for those who want to limit the social safety net?
Video and links for the Court's ruling on President Obama's signature piece of legislation.
The Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act, but in other recent decisions has also guaranteed that corporations will have even more power to shape public debate about the issue.
We need universal healthcare now, Flowers argues.
Most Americans want pretty much the same outcome from healthcare reform, and it’s not what either major-party candidate is offering.
One simple answer is: partisanship.
A popular provision of the Affordable Care Act that has helped insure 6.6 million Americans under 26 could be eliminated by the Supreme Court.
Fifteen million young adults will gain access to health insurance through Obamacare—if it survives Supreme Court review. Will that win Obama their support?