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Child Support Unconstitutional
« on: Oct 03, 2005, 05:27:48 PM »
http://www.adask.net/PDF/83pdf/83web4.pdf

Click on this link or paste it into your navigation bar to see where in 1998 the State Of Minnesota In Court Of Appeals ruled Administrative Child Support Process Unconstitutional.

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A Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled that part of the administrative child support process violates the "separation of powers doctrine" and is thus unconstitutional.  Although the ruling focused on child support, a similar strategy might be used to challenge other state or federal administrative agencies.



 

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