Senate Republicans on Thursday released their 142-page ObamaCare replacement, titled the "Better Care Reconciliation Act," after the party's leadership faced criticism for writing the document entirely behind closed doors. An early working version of the bill, the Senate's version of the American Health Care Act that passed the House last month, showed it sought to roll back taxes and penalties in the Affordable Care Act, cut back Medicaid expansion, modify federal subsidies, and give states more flexibility to opt out of some insurance requirements. The GOP needs to get nearly all of its 52 senators on board, because no Democrats or independents are expected to back the plan, but Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), along with Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah), Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), and Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) announced Thursday morning they would not support the bill as it is, writing in a letter they are "open to negotiation." After remaining mum about the bill all day, President Trump, who as a candidate said he would not cut Medicaid, tweeted Thursday night he is "very supportive" of the plan and is looking "forward to making it really special!" A vote is expected next week. Read the bill here.