The erosion of marriage harms not only the immediate victims, but also society as a whole. A Brookings Institution study found that $229 billion in welfare expenditures between 1970 and 1996 can be attributed to the breakdown of the marriage culture and the resulting exacerbation of social ills: teen pregnancy, poverty, crime, drug abuse, and health problems.  A 2008 study found that divorce and unwed childbearing cost taxpayers $112 billion each year,  and Utah State University scholar David Schramm has estimated that divorce alone costs local, state, and federal-level government $33 billion each year. 
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