The federal government is spending $2 million in Colorado to improve the relationships of low-income couples and, hopefully, save money on welfare. That's because studies show couples that live together earn more, spend less and provide more stability for their kids. Ryan Warner talks to University of Denver Psychology Professor Howard Markman, who use the money to teach 300 couples to fight fairer and stay together longer.
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