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Ex-prisoners who earn more money are less likely to return to a life of crime. As a result, it is no surprise that recent research by college professors Amanda Y. Agan of Rutgers and Michael D. Makowsky of Clemson shows that a higher minimum wage and earned income tax credits (EITCs) can make the difference between building a life outside of crime and returning to criminal activity and winding up back in jail. Unfortunately, the United States imprisons more people than any other country, and as many as one in three American adults have some type of criminal record. If ex-prisoners who try...

How Is Child Support Calculated in Illinois? 

When going through a divorce, an Illinois parent may be concerned with protecting his or her parental rights and retaining access to the children. It is normal to have concerns about the kids when parents come to the end of their marriage, but one parent having primary child custody may not always be the best solution. For some families, co-parenting offers a reasonable, practical solution to custody concerns. Divorce is difficult, and the emotional issues between parents can seem insurmountable. However, when parents disarm themselves for the sake of their children, they are often able to see that they can work...

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