Yes to Senate Res. 197 requiring Senators to read the bills they vote on as individuals rather than collectively in Yay or Nay voice votes. It is appalling that Senate leaders try to force votes under arbitrary time constraints that do not allow the Senators themselves to read the very bills they vote on. No wonder, there is bad legislation with loopholes and inevitably harmful consequences of all sorts. The various versions of the AHCA and the so-called Better Care Resolution Act are prime cases in point. Just to stick a finger in President Obama's eye--Republicans wouldn't want to cooperate in or improve on a major piece of legislation shepherded by America's first African American president--the GOP and especially its leadership are more than willing to push through a piece of legislation that MIT researchers have shown to be the least popular legislation in the last 30 years. After all, for the GOP what comes first is negativity, lies (like "The ACA is a disaster"), and extremist ideology--not well-thought-out policy benefiting the majority instead of the 1%, who already have far, far more than enough.