Others are much more reluctant to leave and it's taking four or five officers to carry them out.
One protester says he's with the disability rights group ADAPT. Phillip Corona says he traveled from Wisconsin to make his voice heard.
"It is a tax-cut bill, and they had to find a way to finance it, and Medicaid beneficiaries are going to be the ones who hurt", said Nicholas Bagley, a University of Michigan Law School professor who specializes in health law.
For the past seven years, Republicans have plotted a course for repeal of the landmark health reforms of Trump's Democratic predecessor Barack Obama. Republicans had been briefed on the plan behind closed doors. "It's about the character of our country - who we are, and who we aspire to be".
"I hope we're going to surprise you with a really good plan", he said in Cedar Rapids.
The bill would also allow insurers to charge older Americans up to five times more than younger Americans.
In a deviation from the House bill, the Senate measure links its tax subsidies to income - as the ACA does - rather than age, though only those earning up to 350 percent of the poverty level would qualify instead of Obamacare's 400 percent threshold.
With Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pressing ahead for a vote next week, senators are likely to have only a handful of days to decide whether to support or vote against the bill.
The Senate health care bill that was released Thursday morning, dubbed a "discussion draft" since it is subject to tweaks and amendments before it hits the Senate floor, has mixed reviews among conservative and moderate senators in the Republican party. If the bill does pass the Senate, the House would also need to approve it before it is sent to President Trump for signing.
After the release of the release of the House bill, Trump referred to it as "our wonderful new healthcare bill" in a tweet and said the bill would "end in a handsome picture".
"Ninety percent of the Obamacare subsidies remained in the House bill and they've been adding to them", said Republican Kentucky Sen.
"We are asking all Tenet colleagues to. support the grassroots campaign by calling your USA senators to oppose any legislation that would result in millions of people losing their health care coverage", wrote Daniel Waldmann, Tenet's senior vice president for public affairs.
"Currently, for a variety of reasons, we are not ready to vote for this bill, but we are open to negotiation and obtaining more information before it is brought to the floor", Sens.
Medicaid expansion would phase out between 2020 and 2023 (to 75 percent funding in 2023), and end by 2024.
Senate Republicans had been briefed on the plan earlier Thursday. More than half a dozen GOP senators have expressed problems with the measure, and a defeat would be a humiliating setback for Trump and McConnell on one of their party's top priorities.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Ky. arrives on Capitol Hill, Thursday, June 22, 2017, in Washington.
The GOP Senate bill scraps both. The cuts to Medicaid will be massive and will destroy the system that so many Americans rely on.
It would repeal tax increases Obama's law imposed on higher-income people and medical industry companies to pay for expanded coverage. But its fate remains uncertain.