CNN's John Avlon looks at the many hurdles that the Affordable Care Act has had to overcome. Despite all the attempts to repeal it, the latest Supreme Court ruling saved it again, the ACA remains the law.
The Supreme Court dismissed a challenge to the Affordable Care Act on Thursday in a decision that will leave the law intact and save health care for millions of Americans. The justices turned away a challenge from Republican-led states and the former Trump administration who urged the justices to block the entire law.
A federal public option isn't happening anytime soon, so Nevada officials are creating their own.
Supreme Court justices have known for months whether the Affordable Care Act will be struck down. They've decided whether a Catholic social service agency may refuse to screen same-sex couples as foster parents. And they've resolved whether a school wrongly disciplined a cheerleader who posted a profane Snapchat rant when she failed to make varsity.
The Supreme Court is staring at its self-imposed end of June deadline, but the justices have not yet released some of the most significant opinions of the term, including a challenge to the Affordable Care Act, the Voting Rights Act and a case on religious liberty involving a Philadelphia foster agency.