Allison Linn's article at NBC News is linked below.
NBC News: Marriage for a Single Mother Might not be as Beneficial as Previously Thought
"A new briefing paper, written by Williams and released Monday by the Council on Contemporary Families, argues that even when single mothers do later marry, those marriages are not necessarily beneficial to the women and their children.
Williams points to a study finding that more than half of single moms who married were divorced by the time they reached ages 35 to 44. In many cases, she notes, women who marry and later divorce are worse off financially."
---Allison Linn, NBC News