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But there’s a catch: Wanting the best and being able to provide the best are two different things in the lives of most of Maine’s single mothers.
The economic reality is that in a single-parent family, there’s only one income, and it’s usually low and insufficient.
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And in a politically charged era when the Le Page administration has spent six years targeting “welfare fraud,” allies of the poor don’t want to give any ammunition to politicians they believe unfairly denigrate the poor.
They say that being a single mother in Maine doesn’t mean you’re a bad parent or bad person.
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It is creating a generation of children who struggle in school, will have a hard time qualifying for a decent job and are more likely to have run-ins with the law and suffer from mental health problems.