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... Delaware and Connecticut at 28. "Higher marriage rates are associated with less non-marital cohabitation, and this also clusters geographically along Red/Blue lines," writes ...
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... a 17.5% drop in divorce in seven years; some plunged 50%. Cohabitation also fell by a third in CMP cities vs. similar cities over a ...
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... "get rid of the marriage penalty," that can cost a low income cohabiting couple $5 ,000 if they marry. But he added, " ...
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... rejected after Democrats regained control of the Senate. Marriage rates continued to plunge and cohabitation rates to soar. For example, there were only 1.6 million cohabiting couples ...
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... . Also, it would begin to rebuild the family structure which has deteriorated as cohabitation has soared 10-fold since 1970, and as marriage rates have plunged in half ...
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... ) "And we should not ignore one compelling fact. Nearly one in two cohabiting parents split up before their child's fifth birthday. The figure for married couples ...
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... million since 1970 who saw their parents divorce. That experience fueled the number of cohabiting couples10-fold from 523,000 in 1970 to 5.2 million in 2005. In ...
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... 2006 Column #1 ,322 Advance for Dec. 30, 2006 Government Subsidizes Cohabitation by Michael J. McManus Why has the marriage rate fallen by 50 percent ...
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... , many courts are granting rights to adults to create diverse family forms such as cohabitation and same-sex marriages that are harmful to children. The report affirmed some " ...
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