83 percent of all single parents are women, only half of whom are able to work full time year-round and who make a third of the median income of married-couple families.
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Understood and agreed that it is a hardship on single mothers, especially for those who are low income. Let us just keep in mind that that percentage would be significantly lower if the courts were not so heavily biased in favor of birth mothers in regard to child custody rights.

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