The nine U.S Supreme Court justices remained silent on the fate of President Barack Obama's health care law, Friday, after casting their ballots behind closed doors.
Their decision comes after three days of intense oral arguments and thousands of pages of legal documents concerning whether it's legal for the government to require Americans to purchase health coverage.
Americans must now wait until June to hear the verdict. Until then, the high court has the right to change its mind.
Meanwhile, Vice President Joe Biden told CBS News he's confident the Supreme Court will uphold the law.
"I just think we should focus on what is the law doing for people now and what would happen if in fact the Republicans were able to repeal it," he said.