Jumaane Cook (bottom R), age 5, of Cleveland, Ohio stands with his father James Cook (obscured, holding sign at R) as they join Obamacare supporters demonstrating at the Supreme Court building in Washington March 4, 2015. The U.S. Supreme Court will consi

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The Supreme Court has upheld the Obamacare subsidies for more than 6 million Americans with a 6-3 vote in the King v. Burwell decision, handed down moments ago.

This is good news for the millions who rely on those subsidies to be able to afford health care insurance. And it’s also good news for the Republican Party, who, despite being the drivers of the lawsuit, were facing the prospect of being responsible for those millions losing their coverage, without having any plan in place to fix the law had the Supreme Court gutted the subsidies. So now they can get back to their usual “repeal and replace” talking points without ever having to act.

Legal analysis of the decision will follow.