After another morning came and went for the Supreme Court with no ruling on health reform, most expect to find out the fate of President Obama's Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on Monday, the next time the Court is scheduled to announce decisions.

Otherwise, the decision would be handed down Thursday, June 28, when the court is expected to end its term.

After hearing arguments March 26-28 over the constitutionality of the PPACA, the Supreme Court promised to announce its decision by the end of June. Though there are a variety of possible outcomes, there are three most likely scenarios: The court upholds the law entirely, the court strikes down the individual mandate but keeps the rest of the law, or the court strikes down the law entirely.

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