Nine men were the first Mainers to have their driver's licenses revoked under th
Nine men were the first Mainers to have their driver's licenses revoked under the state's new law targeting parents who are behind in child support payments, and eight of them were from Aroostook County. An official with the state Department of Human Services says that southern Mainers will soon show up on the revocation lists. William Kueck, a counselor from Fort Kent, says that northern Maine's rural nature and relative isolation has kept society in the area more male-dominated than the rest of the state, which contributes to the problem of debtor parents. Details.
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