In a decision either 5-4 or 6-3, depending on your choice of news agency, the Affordable Health Care Act has been upheld. Chief Justice Roberts defined the individual mandate as a tax, agreeing with the president's lawyers and therefore constitutional. The part of the Medicaid expansion allowing Federal Government to withhold funding from existing state programs as a punishment for non-compliance was struck, but virtually the whole damn bill - other than that- was deemed constitutional.
The good and the bad and the ugly?
GOOD- defeat for GOP and the right wing crazies.
BAD- not likely to go for Medicare for all anytime soon.
UGLY- Thomas did not recuse, nor did Scalia, proving again that ethical considerations never matter to the SCOTUS.