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The loss of CSRs will trigger an increase in premiums, and thus an increase in tax credits given to consumers to cover premiums. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Though insurers have not yet unveiled premium rates for the 2018 ACA exchange, analysts trying to make sense of the latest health care changes predict increases in premiums could have moderate- and low-income consumers actually coming out ahead, according to the Associated Press.


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