President Donald Trump promised to get rid of the Affordable Care Act. But now that people are facing the possibility of losing their insurance, many are worried.

Copies of amendments offered during a marathon House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on a potential replacement for the Affordable Care Act are seen on Capitol Hill in Washington March 9, 2017.
Copies of amendments offered during a marathon House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on a potential replacement for the Affordable Care Act are seen on Capitol Hill in Washington March 9, 2017.

The US Congress and the Trump administration are working to replace the Affordable Care Act that covers 20 million uninsured Americans.

They say its inefficient and costly. But now that the government says many people will lose their insurance under the Republican plan, people across the country are worried.

TRT World's Tetiana Anderson went to Cabin Creek, West Virginia, to find out what people there think.

Source: TRT World