The Supreme Court justices are holding a private, history-making vote on Friday on whether to uphold the Obama administration's health care law, according to the Associated Press.
The justices can change their votes after casting them, but the semi-formal balloting behind closed doors will be an early indicator of their positions on the 2010 Affordable Care Act, which was argued this week before the high court. The Court's ruling is expected in June.
For some insight into whether the justices will decide to uphold the law or strike parts or all of it, here's a look at key questions they asked during the three days of oral arguments this week:
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