Democrats disagree with that, as for a second straight day, they filled the Senate floor with speeches denouncing the process by which the GOP bill is being cobbled together.
"The same Republicans now think it's fine for their health care bill to be written behind closed doors without a single committee hearing," said Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).
Using social media to broadcast their arguments, several Democrats went over to the Congressional Budget Office to ask to see the GOP bill - but were not handed the keys to the Republican legislative vehicle.
Instead, they will have to wait - along with most Republican Senators - to see the bill later this week.
For now, the only question is can Republicans hold their votes in line; the GOP cannot lose more than two Senators on the health care bill.