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there's a Scrabble on Capitol Hill to quickly repeal and replace the affordable Care Act more commonly known as obamacare and health insurance aren't quietly sitting by Reuters had learned from industry executives of acquired campaign to influence lawmakers working on the new healthcare plan , what these is sure of what you see is coalescing around one main idea getting costs down stolen moments will go up says what help upon a correspondent Caroline humor , in order to try to get a lot more young and healthy people into the plan's going forward they want them to be less expensive and to keep the subsidies that are on the market now going after attachment the kinds of things that make a premium costs expensive and that make a medical services in the south with expensive for people with low incomes , and for that V. assures what more things go and who wouldn't give to sign up for the program one of the complaints about the current system is that there is way too many sick people when I focus on ensuring him with independence Blue Cross in one of the things that they're talking about is having more control over the enrollment , when you're talking about tightening up the rules for , who can and who can enroll making sure that people are enrolled are eligible that could mean fewer people so what about the millions of sick people already on the plan , jurors want to pull them together in a separate program which is shorter comes with higher out of pocket expenses in general patient advocates say that hurts the poor and the sick two groups already vulnerable , how much of what the industry ultimately get will depend on how well members of Congress can sell the changes to president trump and is yet to be confirmed head of health and Human Services , leaving millions of Americans with insurance plan in limbo