It seems to me that many people are forgetting about the skyrocketing costs of healthcare before the ACA became law. Costs have still risen, but not at the rates seen in the early 2000s. The ACA was not a complete fix, but the problems that it tried to address are waiting to present themselves again after the repeal. Many insurance companies provided little or no coverage for preventative care, which encouraged people to wait for care until their health became much more difficult and costly to treat. Children in college often had no coverage or minimal care via a university policy. These were costly and covered very little. More and more people were being denied coverage for pre-existing conditions, leaving them open to bankruptcy and even death. Healthcare is not perfect now, but none of these issues are addressed by repealing ACA. Keeping citizens healthy benefits us all! Repealing the ACA without a replacement is irresponsible and seems to be more about rushing to help the wealthy receive the tax cuts they will enjoy than to serve the needs of US citizens.