Idaho Governor Butch Otter has called a Special Session
Idaho Governor Butch Otter (R) has called a special session of the state’s legislature. During the session, which convenes Monday, May 18, the legislature will consider changes to the state’s child support program. The proposed bill, which was tabled shortly before the regular session adjourned, would amend existing laws relating to the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UISFA). State officials have stated that the passage of such legislation is imperative, as the state could potentially lose $16 million in federal funding for failing to maintain compliance with UIFSA. The full statement from the governor’s office can be read here.
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