Repeal & Replace ObamacareTrump, his cabinet choices, and the Republican congressional majority have made it pretty clear that they intend to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. There doesn't appear to be any hedging so far, as it remains at the top of the list of priorities.
Senate passed a vote, 51-48, to approve the budget required to enact the repeal and replacement of Obamacare. This is a huge step towards completing this particular expectation.
House of Representatives passed a vote, 227-198, to approve the repeal/replacement budget for Obamacare. Pretty close to the last hurdle.
On the day of his inauguration, Trump signed an executive order aimed at "easing the financial burden" of Obamacare. Essentially granting relief to those affected by the regulation related to the Affordable Care Act. This includes people, insurers, hospitals, drug companies, doctors, and more.
Obamacare is still in existence, but seems to be effectively on life-support. Focus appears to have shifted elsewhere, so it's likely that this tracker will be stuck here for a long while.