Wednesday, February 8, 2006

Kansas Child Support Enforcement Legislation Seeks to Restrict Driving Privileges

A bill being proposed in the Kansas House would suspend the driver’s licenses of parents who fall more than $500 behind in their court-ordered child support payments. Another bill being discussed in the Kansas Senate would bar delinquent parents from buying hunting and fishing licenses and camping permits. It is reported that Kansas ranks 34th in the nation in the percentage of children receiving their due financial support. Source:  Dave Ranney, Scott Rothschild, Lawrence Journal-World, ljworld.com. For the complete story, please click here (last visited February 8, 2006, reo).  Download Kansas_House_Bill_2706_suspending_driving_privileges.pdf  Download Kansas_Sentate_Bill_459_suspending_hunting_licenses.pdf

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