I would vote no for this bill. I have worked in public health, hospitals, home care for 40 years. I remember providing care to the working poor as well as non-working poor who did not have health insurance. Since ACA (Obamacare), I have seen this population gain access to preventive care. They have used it and it shows. Young women have had healthier babies, children are healthier and do better in school. Young and middle aged men and women have been able to control blood pressures and blood sugars. As a result, the population as a whole has become healthier. In the long run, we all win. Prevention costs less than treating chronic conditions. I understand wanting to send healthcare back to the states. But I have lived through years of that method as well. Not all states will use their block grants in the same way. Not everyone will have access to or be able to afford insurance. Once the initial block grants run out at a designated year, states will then determine pre-existing conditions, lifetime caps, etc. That will push more and more people off insurance. Unlike some who believe that healthcare is not a right, I disagree. As Americans, I believe we do have a right to affordable healthcare. Not everyone has worked as many years as I have, but I believe that all Americans, regardless of money or work history also has the right to affordable healthcare. Their children deserve to have access to healthcare. I really would have liked to see a universal health care or a one payer system. Having relatives who lived in France and friends in Canada, I have personally discussed and been educated regarding the universal healthcare in those countries. Much of the propaganda regarding the quality of care and long waits for care, that we have been told about these health systems, is simply untrue. Taxes paid by the citizens of these countries are somewhat higher, but they and their families have healthcare, education, childcare, and oftentimes more time to spend with newborns and family. Too bad the GOP is not willing to take our existing system and take aspects of the plan that needs tweaking and make it work for us. It seems that you are determined to undo anything that was put in place by president Obama, simply because he did it. That is too bad. I cannot stop you from voting to repeal this plan, However, I will be able to respond to it in the voting booth. I hope other Americans will join me.