Yes, the Affordable Care Act could certainly be improved, and I understand that it's not financially viable in its current state. I see the situation in Ohio where insurance covering is much to expensive, and in Idaho where only one provider remains, but that doesn't mean the entire ACA needs to go. The bill that just passed in the House that allows states to opt out of coverage for pre-existing conditions (cancer, mental health, addiction, maternity care, etc.,) is shameful. People who are already suffering from medical conditions shouldn't be punished financially or face having no insurance whatsoever. I have been fortunate in that both of my parents have worked since their teens, and that I have been double-covered insurancea-wise for more than a decade, but many people aren't as fortunate. The bill in it's current state could adversely affect my mother, who was diagnosed with Stage 4B metastatic thyroid cancer 18 months ago, and myself now that I'm 26 and have hip dysplasia.