Maura Corrigan is a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. She is a former chief justice of the Michigan Supreme Court and a former first assistant U.S. attorney for Detroit, Michigan.
New poverty statistics can’t show that fighting poverty is more difficult and more expensive because of America’s fragmenting and chaotic families.
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