The Supreme Court is expected to rule today on President Obama's health care reform law.
As of now, the decision remains anyone's guess but it is sure to have sweeping consequences.
The Obama Administration is confident the law is constitutional. Saying 3.1 million more young adults have coverage today because of a provision allowing them to stay on their parents' plans until age 26.
Republicans' chief argument against the law is that it stifles economic growth with regulations.
The chief legal argument in court is that the individual mandate requiring most Americans to get health insurance is unconstitutional.
The decision could have a significant impact on the 2012 presidential race.
Local, state and federal lawmakers as well as officials with Mountain States Health Alliance are expected to comment on the decision. We will bring you their reaction on-air and online.