Attend the Connecticut Child Support Guidelines Hearings

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August 29, 2013

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Attend the Connecticut Child Support Guidelines Hearings
By Rita Fuerst Adams, National Executive Director, National Parents Organization

National Parents Organization of Connecticut is seeking volunteers to respond to Connecticut’s Department of Social Services proposed amendments to the child support guidelines. We need volunteers to attend the hearings and help get other members to attend the hearings.

Please email us if you will attend a hearing or are interested in getting more members to attend.

The Connecticut Executive Committee is writing National Parents Organization of Connecticut’s formal response representing our views and recommendations. It will be posted on the website when it is competed.

From our experience in Massachusetts, we have learned that attendance is important.

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