Yes, but what I am trying to say is that you may need to use something that fully neutralizes both the chlorine and the ammonia that are what make up chloramine....
It may not be an issue to some, but before I realized what the chloramine was doing to my tank (actually, using just the single sodium thiosulfate declorinator), I was doing BIG water changes trying to remove the ammonia I kept seeing.... not realizing that I was actually PUTTING the ammonia in there.
Most people should probably use a product that does handle both... but the sodium thiosulfate does not neutralize the ammonia from the chloramine. It just breaks the bond between the chlorine and ammonia, deactivates the chlorine, but leaves the ammonia behind.
Again, some people may not have problems with it, but I have. My tanks are planted, but not enough to utilize all that extra ammonia. I'd like more plants, but that isn't going to happen right now. The pH in my water supply is typically 8.2, so I the ammonia is more toxic to the fish. (PPulcher is right to point out that in acidic water, the ammonia is present as ammonium, and is not as toxic... but that's not the case for me.... my pH is much higher.)
There are several products that do neutralize the ammonia/ammonium.... Prime handles it nicely, as does Amquel.