The long wait is nearly over. At ten o’clock this morning, the Court will release the final three opinions of the Term. As ever, the lion’s share of the coverage focuses on the challenge to the Affordable Care Act. At this blog, Lyle Denniston has a reader’s guide to the ruling, while Amy Howe summarizes the issues raised by the case in Plain English. Ezra Klein of The Washington Post’s Wonkblog discusses four ways the Court could “split the difference” in its ruling, while Bill Mears of CNN considers five possible outcomes. The Kaiser Family Foundation has also released a primer on the case, and Ekow N. Yankah discusses the reasoning behind the law for ACSblog. Meanwhile, NPR focuses on the ACA’s expansion of Medicaid. Over at the Volokh Conspiracy, Randy Barnett and Ilya Somin have posted their reflections on the eve of the decision. Further coverage of the case comes from Jeffrey Young at the Huffington Post, Michael E. Ruane at The Washington Post, Brent Kendall, Louise Randofsky, and Jess Bravin of the Wall Street Journal, and Reuters.