SALT LAKE CITY (CBS Local) — If you’re behind on your child support payments, you not might be be allowed to hunt or fish in Utah starting next year.Federal Unemployment Benefits Ending Early In Many States
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Lisbonee says that 38 percent of Utah families do not receive their current child support.
“Non-custodial support payments to children help fund their health care, shelter, food, and education,” Lisbonee said. “Loss of this support has a profoundly negative impact on children.”
The bill would prohibit anyone who owes $2,500 or more child support from obtaining the legal permits from the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.MORE NEWS: Child Tax Credit: How Much Money Will The IRS Send You Each Month?
If it passes, the bill would take effect on July 1, 2021.