The long awaited Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act was made today. Of course, within an hour of this historic ruling to uphold nearly all of the landmark federal health law, Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) said the House will vote on a full repeal on Wednesday, July 11. So, one thing we know for sure is that it’s not over.
Just about every news outlet is covering the topic and trying to come up with a unique slant – it’s enough to make your head spin!
Here are our recommendations for the best online resources for staying up-to-speed on the latest health care reform information:
- We recommend checking out The Kaiser Family Foundation, which does a great job at explaining the complex ruling in easy-to-understand terms. Here’s one of their initial articles on the ruling.
- For a Missouri slant on the ruling, we recommend checking out Cover Missouri – an initiative of the Missouri Foundation for Health.
- Don’t forget to check out the St. Louis Business Journal’s Health Reform: The Impact of the Supreme Court Decision on July 25.
- The Huffington Post also streamed live reactions from the crowds gathered outside the Supreme Court. You can catch some of the clips here.