Republicans who voted no, including Rep. Charlie Dent of Pennsylvania, who lead a group of moderates, and Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen of New Jersey, who is chair of the House Appropriations Committee.
Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner, who reportedly told the president not to support the bill and was skiing in Colorado during the March 24 fiasco.
House Democrats Jim McGovern of Massachusetts, Alcee Hastings of Florida and others who seemed to reflect voter sentiment during committee hearings opposing the bill.
AARP, Families USA, the American Hospital Association and the American Medical Association, which all took strong public positions and rallied the troops to oppose the bill.
The House Freedom Caucus, which opposed the bill from Day One.
The Koch brothers' Freedom Partners and Heritage Action, which put money against the bill and made it clear they will continue to be a force to be reckoned with by anyone trying to pass any legislation.
Dr. J. Mario Molina, CEO and president of Molina Healthcare and one of the few vocal healthcare industsry opponents of the AHCA.
Medicaid and Medicare beneficiaries, at least for now.
President Barack Obama, whose efforts to overhaul healthcare remain the law of the land.