‘Say arrrgh!’: Historic front pages explain Supreme Court health care decision

Today’s front pages are dominated by the Supreme Court’s decision,
announced Thursday, to uphold most of the Affordable Care Act — a
signature law of President Obama’s administration. Across the country, newspapers used their most prominent page to explain what the ruling means to readers, politicians and the country. A sampling of pages appears below, courtesy of the Newseum (some pages have been cropped).

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