The U.S. Supreme Court upheld most of President Barack Obama's healthcare law yesterday paved the way for the largest revamp of America's healthcare system since the 1960s. The court upheld a core requirement known as the "individual mandate" that Americans buy insurance or pay a fine.
Supporters for and against the bill gathered outside the Supreme court.This is the viewpoint of two people for and against the new bill
Rhett Buttle explained the tax implications, citing the taxation powers granted to Congress by the US constitution.
Healthcare is a deeply polarising issue in the US and Republicans strongly opposed Mr Obama's legislation. And from healthcare to the Colorado fires , the President has declaredthe wildfires a natural disaster.He is due to visit the area today.
Written and Presented by Ann Salter