Wyoming Senate bill tightens child support collections

It never stops.  These are control freaks who simply must have everyone conform to their view of the universe.  When you have to pass laws like this, it just means there is something wrong with the whole approach.  This will just mean more people ostracized from society, and lead to more poverty.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — People who owe back child support will find it harder to avoid having their driver’s licenses suspended if a bill to come before the state Senate passes this session.

The original law adopted in 2009 triggers a driver’s license suspension if a parent is $5,000 in arrears and hasn’t made a payment in 60 days.

The new bill, Senate File 58, lowers the dollar threshold to include a parent who is $2,500 in arrears and hasn’t made a full monthly payment in 90 days. The bill is sponsored by Sen. Wayne Johnson, R-Cheyenne.

via Wyoming Senate bill tightens child support collections.

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