The House of Representatives has voted again, for the 33rd time, to repeal President Obama’s healthcare law. My question to the House is this: what is your plan for healthcare if the ACA is repealed? How will you fix healthcare? We at BeaconPath are not happy about the policies in the ACA, however it is something. It is an idea. A bad idea, but an idea all the same. What has the House of Representatives given us? Instead of continuing to put to vote repealing the ACA, why not spend that time coming up with changes to the ACA that will truly help fix healthcare in the US?