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  • Studies: Living wage, health insurance vital for low-income single mothers

    Social work professors Mary Keegan Eamon, left, and Chi-Fang Wu have conducted two research studies on low-income single mothers that emphasize the need for jobs that pay living wages and provide universal health insurance.

    Social work professors Mary Keegan Eamon, left, and Chi-Fang Wu have conducted two research studies on low-income single mothers that emphasize the need for jobs that pay living wages and provide universal health insurance.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      Social work professors Mary Keegan Eamon, left, and Chi-Fang Wu have conducted two research studies on low-income single mothers that emphasize the need for jobs that pay living wages and provide universal health insurance.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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