No. While no law is perfect, the Affordable Care act has made important strides, today, more than 28 Million people have insurance that did not before. The law also allowed young people to stay on their parent’s insurance until they are 26, ensured no one can now be denied health insurance because of a pre-existing medical condition, and provided free preventive services to all women. Health insurance plans have added eight women's health benefits because of the law, in areas including breastfeeding, contraception, domestic violence, gestational diabetes, HIV screening and counseling, sexual transmitted infection treatment, and wellness visits. Unfortunately, in the journey to pass the Affordable Care Act there were simply too many compromises and complications that hinder its effectiveness. While Congress has passed a few positive updates to allow small businesses more flexibility, we need to continue reforming it until it works well for everyone.