Child Support Reform: We Owe It to Our Children, Minnesota Proposals

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DIANE Publishing, Jun 1, 1994 - 55 pages
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Nonpayment of child support is a reality of life in the 1990's. Most children living with only one parent live with their mother, and these families of women and children are four times more likely to suffer poverty than other families. This report -- resulting from a study by the Attorney General of Minnesota into the existing system of child support establishment, enforcement, and collection -- presents nine specific proposals aimed at simplifying the child support system, making it more effective at collecting support, and creatively tackling children's poverty as it relates to the nonpayment of support.

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Page 28 - person from exercising reasonable and ordinary control over a motor vehicle while operating the same upon the highways; nor to a person who is unable to read and understand official signs regulating, warning, and directing traffic;
Page 28 - the parent having custody or with whom the minor is living in the event there is no court order for custody, or guardian having the custody of such minor, or in the event a person under the age of 18 has no living father, mother or guardian, the license shall not be issued to such person unless
Page 42 - five years^. or to payment of a fine of not more than $3,000, or both.
Page 28 - The department shall not issue a driver's license hereunder: (1) To any person who is under the age of 16 years; to any person under 18 years unless such person shall have successfully completed a course in driver education, including both classroom and behind-the-wheel instruction, approved by the
Page 46 - with a parent or a person acting as parent for at least six
Page 47 - less than six months old, the state in which the child lived
Page 42 - one year or to payment of a fine of not more than
Page 53 - state of the child must be recognized, but if an order has not
Page 49 - (5) the child resides in this state as a result of the acts
Page 53 - been issued in the current home state of the child, the order

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