In “Doubling the size of the welfare state“, published on World Net Daily, David R. Usher points out that health care coverage would not be a major problem if marriage were the social norm. Marriage Values policy is required to structurally end this problem.
“Marriage Intervention“, by David R. Usher and Rep. Cynthia Davis, published by the American Conservative Union, discusses tangible policy to positively impact substance abuse problems that lead to costly divorce and relationship break-up.
In its paper “Marriage: A social justice issue“, The Acton Institute proves that lifting black communities out of poverty and social bedlam rests definitively on restoring marriage as the social norm.
In her article “Why the marriage gap is bad for America“, retired Georgia Chief Justice Leah Ward Sears discusses why marriage is a necessary institution for maintaining or restoring the American middle class.