Update from Capitol Hill – June 8

NCSEA staff continue to meet with congressional offices to urge bipartisan support for the Child Support Assistance Act (HR 2091).

The measure would streamline the administration of the program by removing the ten day notice child support agencies must give to a non-custodial parent before they request a consumer report detailing employment and wage information. This Fair Credit Reporting Act requirement is unique to child support and its targeted removal is receiving bipartisan support from many House Financial Services Committee members and staff.

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