The U.S. Supreme Court ruled June 28, 2012, in favor of President Barack Obama's health care law, with justices upholding a key provision requiring people to have health insurance.
Nearly 145,000 thousand people gathered outside the court building, cheering and protesting the ruling.
Protesters against Obama's 2010 health care overhaul react outside the Supreme Court after it was upheld.
Protesters against the health care law gather outside the Supreme Court.
Throngs of media wait outside the Supreme Court for the Obamacare ruling.
Belly dancers perform outside the Supreme Court in advance of the health care ruling.
Doctors protest against the individual mandate in Obama's health care reform in front of the U.S. Supreme Court.
People protest against President Obama's health care reform in front of U.S. Supreme Court.
Supporters of the health care law wait for the Supreme Court decision.
Protesters make it clear whose side they are on outside the Supreme Court.
Protesters against Obama's 2010 health care overhaul hold signs outside the Supreme Court.
A supporter of the American Health Care Act shows her allegiance outside the Supreme Court.
A detractor of the Affordable Health Care Act holds a sign in front of the Supreme Court.
Supporters celebrate in front of the Supreme Court after justices upheld Obama's health care law.
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaks on the Supreme Court's decision to uphold Obama's health care reform law.
Obama makes a statement about the Supreme Court's decision on his administration's health care law in the East Room of the White House.
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