Just a reminder, in case you missed the Supreme Court’s earlier announcements today. The long wait will last a bit longer.
We now know that the Supreme Court will finally rule on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act this Thursday, June 28th. Today during its announcement the Court said it will end this session on Thursday. That means it will announce the rest of its outstanding opinions that day, including its decision on the Affordable Care Act.
The Affordable Care Act case is one of biggest and most important Supreme Court cases in decades. As it often does with big cases the Court has decided to wait to announce its decision until the very last possible day.
This Thursday starting at roughly 10:00 am Eastern we should find out if all, part, or none of the President’s signature legislative achievement has been ruled unconstitutional by the high court. It will very likely be the most followed and reported Supreme Court announcements since Bush v. Gore.
For a preview of what to expect on Thursday here are a list of the eight most likely ways the Court could rule on the Affordable Care Act.