The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is the health care law that President Donald Trump signed into law in March of 2020.

It requires most employers and individuals to provide insurance or pay a penalty to their workers.

Since the ACA was passed, the number of uninsured Americans has decreased and many employers have begun offering insurance to their employees.

But many of those policies have been expensive.

Now, a new survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation finds that many people are still paying more for insurance than they were before the ACA.

The Kaiser study surveyed 2,200 people in 2020 and found that 36 percent of the people who were eligible for an ACA policy did not have one at the time they bought it.

That number has climbed to 42 percent since then.

The report found that nearly one in five people were paying $1,000 or more a month for health insurance.

The most expensive plans were Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (BCLB), UnitedHealthcare and Humana.

A $2,000-a-month plan was next, at $2.29 a month.

At least one of those plans is being offered to all employees of Kaiser Permanente, the state’s largest health insurer.

This comes after Kaiser reported that some of its own workers were losing out on health insurance, too.

This is the first year the Kaiser study has asked the question of this kind.

Kaiser surveyed 1,878 individuals between the ages of 25 and 44, who had purchased a policy from a single insurer and who were between ages 25 and 54.

For this survey, Kaiser asked people how much they thought their insurance premiums were, how much of their paychecks were covered by the plan and how much time they thought they were spending getting health care.

The survey asked about other financial costs, including deductibles and copays, co-pays, and out-of-pocket costs.

Kaiser says it only asked about costs that people actually paid for, and did not ask about things like deductibles or copays.

The people who bought the ACA policies were also asked about their health and their experiences with their health care providers.

The results are surprising: Most people are paying a lot more for health care than they did before the law passed.

And many of them are spending a lot less.

The biggest difference is for people with incomes up to $100,000 a year.

About two-thirds of the individuals who had bought insurance from a Kaiser employer had a deductible of $2 or more and paid a copay of $6 or more.

But for those with incomes of less than $50,000, the share of people paying $6 for a $100 deductible and $6.5 for a copout was 25 percent.

That means nearly half of the Kaiser respondents said they would pay $1 or more for their insurance without a deductible.

That is a much higher number than the percentage who said they had a copays or deductibles of $1 to $5.

The same Kaiser survey found that about one-third of the participants said they spend too much time in the doctor’s office or on the hospital waiting list.

But the survey found most people with an annual household income of $75,000 and less said they spent less time in a doctor’s or hospital waiting room.

This was true even among people with a household income in the $100K to $150K range.

The only way to lower costs is to lower premiums, so the Kaiser survey suggests that people with higher incomes and higher premiums are paying more.

The majority of Kaiser’s respondents said that they were willing to pay $10 or more per month for their health insurance to lower the cost of their premiums.

This compares to about one in four Kaiser participants who said that a $10-per-month rate would not be a good price.

But there is also an upside to being on the ACA’s health insurance exchange.

People can shop for a policy online and get coverage from an employer or insurer they like.

Kaiser found that those with the highest incomes tended to have the cheapest health insurance policies, but also the highest deductibles.

About half of Kaiser participants had deductibles above $5,000.

Kaiser asked respondents if they planned to change their plans after the ACA passed, and most people said they planned not to.

About one-quarter of people said that their plans would be changed.

The second most common reason for not changing a plan was a fear of having more bills to pay.

This means people may be worried about having to pay a higher price for their premiums, or a higher deductible.

People with higher premiums were more likely to say they would not change their health plan.

The third most common reasons for not switching a plan were that they wanted to keep their plans or they wanted the coverage to last longer.

But this is also true of people who have high deductibles, and those who are