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The majority of American voters, 56%, disapprove of the Republican health care plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday.

One proposed change to offset increased individual costs is to allow larger contributions to health savings accounts, or HSAs.

These rate hikes are on top of the skyrocketing deductibles families have to meet before they're even able to use their insurance. A third hurts families making under $10,000 a year, families who are definitionally all in poverty.

Protesters gathered to oppose repealing and replacing Obamacare in downtown Los Angeles. The poll has a margin of error of +/- 3 percentage points. Health organizations have spoken out against the American Health Care Act, with concerns about the estimated 14 million Americans who could lose coverage or access to quality care.

It would be an understatement to say that American's health care system has been on a bit of a rollercoaster ride over the last eight years.

"Limited to per person will only receive however much money that is, and then that's it, so would you treat somebody with any other disease that way?" This provision gives Washington the authority to determine precisely what benefits every health insurance plan sold on ObamaCare's exchanges must cover.

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But insurance market dynamics, the CBO, and now this new analysis suggest that those out-of-pocket costs will go up for many consumers buying their own insurance, particularly people who need more health care services.

The bill is expected to make those who depend on the Affordable Care Act pay 15 to 20 percent more in the next three years to stay insured.

In 2013 I lost my job and, consequently, my health insurance. But we have a lot of work ahead.

President Barack Obama started down that road when he entered office in 2008 by pushing the Affordable Care Act through a Democrat-dominated Congress.

A demonstrator holds a sign reading "Trumpcare - Fake Healthcare" during a health care rally at Thomas Paine Plaza on February 25, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

"We want to make sure that low income children get the help they need", she said.