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Md. child support enforcement lax, auditors say (access required)

With Maryland parents more than $1 billion in arrears, Maryland’s Child Support Enforcement Administration has been lax in following up with employers regarding wage garnishments of deadbeat parents and in ensuring non-paying parents are correctly coded in the state’s automated process of suspending their driver’s or occupational license for long-outstanding payments, stated legislative auditors in a report released this week.

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Child support agency failed to seek data from 8 agencies (access required)

Despite warnings by auditors going back to at least 2011, Maryland’s Child Support Enforcement Agency did not ask the state’s top court to provide identifying information on attorneys until last week, state audits show.

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Top 5: ‘Wrongly placed blame’ (access required)

A simple broken wrist is costing the city of Baltimore $30,000, and two attorneys have been disbarred in Maryland for their conduct in Virginia and Washington, D.C. Those stories and more in this week’s legal affairs top 5. 1. Audit ...

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Week in review: 9/16/11 (access required)

Rawlings-Blake wins primary Hours after easily winning Baltimore’s Democratic primary on Tuesday, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said she plans to take aggressive strides in local economic development, including a restructuring of the Baltimore Development Corp. TIF payments fall short Baltimore officials this ...

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Audit faults Maryland child support program (access required)

The agency responsible for operating Maryland’s child support program has been lacking in its collection efforts, according to a report published Monday by the Office of Legislative Audits. The state auditors said the Child Support Enforcement Administration failed to establish ...

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