More than $1.5 billion in back child support is owed by more than 58,000 noncustodial parents in the state of Louisiana, according to Lindsey DeBleaux with the Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services.
The Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services has sifted through more than 12,000 transactions that were made on the day the electronic food stamps program went down, resulting in several cases of recipients intentionally overspending on their cards by as much as $2,000.
A new website has been set up in order for people to see records of child support delinquency and report it if they know the offender. The site is by the Department of Children and Family Services.
You can see the site and register here.