KFF webcast and other resources on the Supreme Court and the ACA: The Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) has archived a webcast of its March 14 briefing that examined implications of the U.S. Supreme Court case on the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The 1.5-hour briefing included KFF president and chief executive officer, Drew Altman, Ph.D., and seven policy analysts from KFF, private organizations, and academia. They discussed potential outcomes of the case, how they might affect health care reform and the Medicaid program, and the likely policy and political responses from the Administration, Congress, and the public. KFF has also issued a policy brief that examines the legal issues in the case, including the challenge to the individual mandate, and a separate brief that details the legal challenge to the law's Medicaid expansion. At the briefing KFF released data from its monthly poll of the public's views of the reform law, which showed a nearly perfect split: 41% of Americans held a favorable view and 40% an unfavorable one. KFF has created an interactive graph that allows users to explore the past year's polling data by party identification, race, age, income, insurance status, and other demographic factors. A column by Dr. Altman looks at why public opinion on the ACA has been so resistant to change and compares the debate about the health reform law to the debate about fluoridation in an earlier era. These resources, along with a podcast and transcript of the briefing, are available on the KFF site at www.kff.org/healthreform/scotus_aca_video.cfm. A decision in the Supreme Court case is expected in late June.