The state has collected more than $13 million in court-ordered child support pay
The state has collected more than $13 million in court-ordered child support payments from 10,000 delinquent parents since last August, when it warned 17,400 chronic delinquents that they faced the loss of their driver's and professional licenses if they failed to pay. Fifteen driver's licenses and one professional license have been revoked since June, prompting nine of those whose licenses were revoked to make arrangements to pay. The innovative collection program has gained the attention of officials in other states.
Automobile drivers -- Licenses, Support (domestic relations)
"The state has collected more than $13 million in court-ordered child support pay" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 14170.
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