It's one of the most highly anticipated Supreme Court decisions in recent memory.
Today, just after 10a ET, the Supreme Court will announce its decision - or decisions - on the legality of President Obama's signature domestic program, the Affordable Care Act. It's reported the Justices gathered for a preliminary vote on the four cases they heard concerning the health care law just two days after oral arguments. Remarkably, despite the fact that dozens of clerks have been working on the opinion for weeks, no one outside the Court knows the decision, a testament to those clerks' aversion to leaks in a city often defined by them.
We've got all the bases covered as Alex hosts a special edition of NOW in DC. Join us at noon ET, and share your thoughts on the ruling using our special Twitter hashtag today, #HCmsnbc.
Michael Steele, Fmr. RNC Chair/msnbc Political Analyst (@steele_michael)
Dee Dee Myers, Fmr. Clinton WH Press Secretary (@deemyers)
David Corn, Mother Jones/msnbc Political Analyst (@davidcorndc)
Jodi Kantor, The New York Times (@jodikantor)
John Podesta, Fmr. Clinton White House Chief of Staff
Mark McKinnon, Fmr. Adviser to Pres. George W. Bush/Co-Founder, “No Labels” (@mmckinnon)
Savannah Guthrie (@savannahguthrie)
Chris Matthews (@hardball_chris)
Lawrence O’Donnell (@lawrence)