Heritage Action, which is an offshoot of the conservative Heritage Foundation, hates it because it isn't conservative enough: "Rather than accept the flawed premises of Obamacare, congressional Republicans should fully repeal the failed law and begin a genuine effort to deliver on longstanding campaign promises that create a free market health care system that empowers patients and doctors."
The AARP, which represents people of retirement age, hates it because it shifts higher costs to older people: "What the heck is age rating? Charlie explained it's Washington politician speak for overcharging older Americans for their health insurance while lining the insurance companies' pockets."
And, of course, people who have health insurance through the Affordable Care Act hate it, as do people with a functional sense of decency who understand people will die because of this horrendous plan.
So there's lots of hating this plan going around.
Looks like everyone hates the GOP's ACA replacement plan except for Jason Chaffetz! In good news, no one is tired from all the winning yet.— Melissa McEwan (@Shakestweetz) March 7, 2017
Make your calls. Let them know you hate it, too.