Brokers aren't too happy that they may no longer get commissions on state-run exchanges. (Photo: iStock)

Editor’s note: This story originally stated: “In Illinois, Blue Cross Blue Shield, which provides 80 percent of ACA plans in the state, announced that it was axing commissions.” It has been updated to reflect that commissions are being cut on individual policies starting April 1, as originally reported by the Chicago Tribute.

 It’s not just insurers that are getting fed up with the Affordable Care Act and are threatening to leave the state exchanges. Insurance brokers are also giving up on trying to sign customers for ACA health care plans.

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