The Atlantic's Complete Coverage of the Supreme Court's Health-Care Decision

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On Thursday morning, the Supreme Court voted to uphold President Obama's controversial health-care act in its entirety. Gathered here is The Atlantic's entire coverage of the court's historic decision and its aftermath.

Politics

The Political Battle Over the Health-Care Verdict Begins by Molly Ball

Good For John Roberts by James Fallows

The 9 Votes on 7 Issues in the Health-Care Ruling by Garance Franke-Ruta

Ginsburg Cites Romneycare in Opinion Upholding Obamacare by Brett LoGiurato

3 Things the Supreme Court Did That Almost Nobody Saw Coming by Brian Fung

Lunch at the Supreme Court Cafeteria: A Twitter Short Story by Jon Lovett

The Supreme Court's Health-Care Ruling by Clive Crook

Health-Care and the Facts-on-the-Ground Presidency by Garance Franke-Ruta

John Roberts, Moderate Hero? by Matthew Cooper

Health-Care Verdict: Questions For Obama and Romney by Molly Ball

Health

What the Obamacare Ruling Means For Food Politics by Marion Nestle

Now the Constitutional Battle is Over, Let's Embrace a Shared Health System by Ford Vox

National

In Health-Care Ruling, Roberts Steals a Move From John Marshall's Playbook by Daniel Epps

'The Umpire' Strikes Back and the Affordable Care Act Survives by Andrew Cohen

Health-Care Predictions: How Did We Do? by Brian Resnick

Business and Technology

The Health Care Decision, Explained in 1 Paragraph on SCOTUSblog by Derek Thompson

The Tiny Distinction That Saved Obamacare: Why the Penalty Is a Tax by Derek Thompson

The Most Important Part of Today's Health-Care Ruling You Haven't Heard by Jordan Weissmann

Internet Gone Wild! SCOTUSblog Explodes With Health-Care Enthusiasm by Rebecca Rosen

Dewey Defeats Truman, LIVE! CNN Gets It Wrong on the Health-Care Ruling by Megan Garber

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