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Those who would lose the ACA tax credits have household incomes between 100–400 percent of the federal poverty level. (Photo: AP)

For many people buying health care on the exchanges of the Affordable Care Act, premiums are higher than they should be, despite tax credits that this year, according to state tax data, totaled $32.8 billion.

But according to the Kaiser Family Foundation, things will get a lot harder for those whose health insurance comes from the marketplaces if the ACA is repealed, because that $32.8 billion in tax credits will go away.

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