After the failed attempt to move the OCE under more direct Republican control, on day 2 House Republicans talk about repealing ACA, aka Obamacare. Except, like the past 6 years, they don't seem to have a plan. (not surprising since they never offered a viable alternative to ACA in that time either). Since they don't have the votes for outright appeal (Dem Filibuster), they plan to simply de-fund ACA, let the system go bankrupt and collapse (and whatever else connected to it). Their plan now is kill ASA ASAP, figure out a replacement later. Also this research pointing out that with caveats ACA is looked on favorably. Trump is no dummy and he tweeted warnings to his rowdy kids to be careful, that there are parts of ACA he wants, and that he will end up being in position to have is name on the new ACA2, aka Trumpcare. I have a feeling this will be far more messy than the creation of the ACA back in 2009-10, thus be more like a Soap Opera than good governance. What you think will happen first, Repeal of ACA (de-funding or outright repeal) with no transition? or Replacement created with phase in? or (as lowendlinux pointed out) ACA has minor changes and continues on.