At 10 a.m. ET this morning, the U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to announce its final decisions from the 2011-2012 term, including its long-awaited ruling on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Will the Court strike down ObamaCare in its entirely? Uphold it? Void only the individual mandate? We’ll soon learn the answer. In the meantime, prepare yourself for the legal and political fallout by studying this selection from Reason’s ObamaCare archives. And stay tuned to Reason.com all day for coverage and analysis of the decision.
ObamaCare on Trial. The libertarian legal movement threatens Barack Obama's signature law. By Damon Root.
The ObamaCare Tax? Regulation, taxation, and the insurance mandate. By Jacob Sullum.
Wonky Justice. The dubious policy assumptions behind ObamaCare's legal defense. By Peter Suderman.
What's Next if ObamaCare Is Struck Down? The political upside of ditching the health insurance mandate. By Peter Suderman.
Fair-Weather Federalists. Why conservatives and progressives should unite against an overweening national government. By Jacob Sullum.
The 4 Best Legal Arguments Against ObamaCare. Why the president's sweeping health care overhaul should be struck down by the Supreme Court. By Damon Root.
Don’t Buy It. The crazy constitutional logic of the individual insurance mandate. By Jacob Sullum.
The Liberal Legal Bubble. Liberals can't even imagine the opposition's arguments to the individual mandate. By Peter Suderman.
How Will the Supreme Court Rule on ObamaCare? Andrew Sullivan, Richard Epstein, and others place their final bets.
Will John Roberts Vote to Uphold ObamaCare? By Damon Root.
Gaming Out the ObamaCare Ruling. 3 Possible Outcomes. By Peter Suderman.
Click below to watch Reason.tv's "3 Reasons to End ObamaCare Before It Begins."
Click below to watch "Wheat, Weed, and ObamaCare: How the Commerce Clause Became All Powerful," the Reason.tv documentary cited on page 47 of U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson's decision striking down the individual mandate.