Amnesty month brought in $25k

As part of Child Support awareness month in August, we again offered license amnesty. It was a chance for some people who owe child support to get their suspended licenses back if they paid a portion of their total child support obligation and reported their employment so wages can be garnished.
During the month, 99 people came forward to take advantage of the reinstatement offer. That brought in about $25,000 in overdue child support to help their children.

by Ashley Woods

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