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Marriage is not as effective an anti-poverty strategy as you’ve been led to believe

By Naomi Cahn, Professor of Law, University of Virginia
Eleanor Brown, Professor of Law, Fordham University
June Carbone, Professor of Law, University of Minnesota
Marriage on its own won’t do away with child poverty, and in fact it can create even more instability for low-income families.The Conversation

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