The Affordable Care Act expanded health insurance to 24 million Americans who didn't have it before. However, there are flaws in the design. We should keep what works and fix what doesn't. Unfortunately, the current proposals in Congress would strip millions of their access to healthcare by gutting Medicaid, scrapping the pre-existing conditions mandate and instituting an Age Tax that would make seniors pay more. This is the wrong approach. We must work together to ensure that, regardless of income level, every American is covered. Americans should not be going broke because a family member or they themselves get sick. Healthcare is a right, not a privilege. I also believe Congress must keep its promise to seniors and strengthen Medicare, not cut it. Medicare is not the government's money; it is your money. You earned it.