In a few hours the Supremes will announce the ACA finding. Unless you've been living under a rock with no WiFi access, you know they'll either leave the ACA as is, leave it pretty much intact but remove the individual mandate or reject the law in sum toto. It won't be the end of things, because there will be legislative action no matter what happens, and there are other cases winding their collective way back to the Supremes.
While these things normally hinge on Anthony Kennedy, today is actually John Roberts' day. As Chief Justice, his legacy is already Citizens United and AZ SB 1070, but this is the decision that will forever mark "The Roberts Court". It will be his legacy for all time if he allows millions of people to suffer, and thousands to die, because of the action of "his" court.
The Progressive Caucus already has 75 co-signers on a bill ready to go that would create "Medicare for All" AKA Single Payer. Many politicians and groups are ready with responses to all three potential outcomes, although the best came from Stephen Colbert.
But no matter what happens, there is a greater truth, and it's about what has happened to America in the last three years. Aaron Sorkin nails it in the first episode of The Newsroom, with the line "talk truth to stupid". If you haven't seen it, you really should. If nothing else, watch this clip, and you'll see what the real problem is, and why whatever the Supremes decide, it won't solve the problem.