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We are still excited about the Supreme Court Ruling last week that upholds the Affordable Care Act! And we're still laughing about the great celebration images that have been circulating since the announcement. Here are a few of our favorites--what are we missing?

THESE FIVE PEOPLE just saved health care for 32 million Americans…

— ThinkProgress (@thinkprogress) June 28, 2012

From the Affordable Care Cat Tumblr, which is chock full of various Affordable Care cats.

Success Baby on the Obamacare ruling!

— Upworthy (@Upworthy) June 28, 2012

Beautiful story from Dave Weigel at Slate; click here for the full text.

ACA Upheld!

It was so great to see our friends at the National Women's Law Center celebrating SCOTUS! Be sure to check out their amazing #ACAUPHELD Tumblr.


On CNN, MomsRising member Julie Walters (pictured above with her husband and daughter Violet) shared her story about how the Affordable Care Act has impacted her family. Her daughter Violet has a condition that puts her at risk of hitting her lifetime limit soon, even though she's only three years old. Because of the Affordable Care Act, Violet won't have to face a lifetime limit, and Julie's family can rest easy knowing that Violet's health care coverage is not in jeopardy. Click here to see the full interview.

Here's a picture of Leader Nancy Pelosi doing a radio interview for the MomsRising radio show from her Congressional office in Washington, D.C. while reading a book of MomsRising member stories.  You can hear what she has to say about MomsRising, about the impact of your work, and about health care, the Supreme Court, and attempts to roll back health care here:


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