Cooperating on Child Support
Too few single-parent families are not receiving the child support they are owed. By expanding the child support cooperation requirement in food stamps and childcare subsidies to include non-custodial parents, families are less likely to be on welfare, more children will have more stability, and tax dollars will be safeguarded.
FGA Applauds Memo Encouraging Child Support Cooperation
Naples, FL — Today, the Trump administration sent a memo to states encouraging them to adopt child support cooperation requirements for the food stamp program. The Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) applauds the action and the resulting impact it will have on reducing childhood dependency. More than six million single-parent families are currently on food stamps, […]READ MORE
FGA Applauds White House's Call to Enforce Child Support Cooperation
Washington, D.C. – Recently, the White House recommended that Congress overhaul federal child support enforcement to ensure that parents are complying with child support in order to remain eligible for welfare programs. FGA commends the Trump administration for its commitment to reform welfare programs to reprioritize the truly needy, including impoverished children, by enforcing child […]READ MORE
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