Though the ACA isn't without flaws, the new proposal does not address those flaws, and is much worse than the ACA in terms of cost to individual insurance buyers, and cost to taxpayers. In addition, by the bill's sponsors and advocate's own admission; this is only one-third of their plan. This is the main repeal part. What guarantees do we have that there will be a replacement for the ACA? The current administration's veracity is highly questionable. Let's see the entire plan, not just a third of it, before there is an evaluation, debate, and vote on the measure.