I don't believe that this bill does anything to fix the current healthcare industry in the United States as it currently exists. All this bill would do is exponentially increase healthcare costs for many Americans who have the most need. Cancer patients will most likely be hit the hardest while many other Americans with disabilities, chronic health problems, and other "pre-existing conditions" would also face similar financial hardships from rising costs due to repealing the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as "ObamaCare". No, this bill doesn't protect anyone under those categories, except for the wealthiest Americans who already can afford to pay exorbitant amounts of money for what would be expensive treatments for Americans who live in the middle class and poor economic levels. It should go without saying, but I'll say it anyway. Children with chronic or congenital health issues will be the most hardest hit of all. Some people believe that if we want affordable healthcare, one must earn it by getting a job that offers health insurance benefits. So, does this means kids have to go out and get jobs? Must their parents work upwards of three or four jobs, juggling their work and personal life like a circus act to get even bare minimum coverage? How about single-parent homes? Or is the advice to just find a rich life partner who will take up parental responsibilities as well? It just seems so damned heartless to repeal what is otherwise a great law that gives all Americans, especially those who are not able to work for a variety of legitimate reasons, a way to have quality healthcare coverage without spending crazy, insane amounts of money. Money that could be spent on providing their family, or themselves, with medications, food, rent, etc. Nobody should have to choose between paying for a doctor visit, or paying their rent. Pay for medication, or pay for a week's worth of food. Or pay for an expensive test or exam, or buying new better fitting clothes & shoes for either themselves or for their family. These are not the kinds of decisions that someone should have to make. In my opinion, for what it's worth, healthcare is a human right for all Americans.