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Remember HF 2309? Now they're attaching it to this Senate File. The sneaky suckers are trying to back door this one which tells me that they are up to no good.  Take a look at my thread on it HERE, and you'll see both lengthy bills. At the bottom of the page you'll see a link back to Iowa Fathers.

 

Here are the lobbyist declarations for it:
 
Stephen Larson FEBRUARY 29, 2008
Undecided  IA. State Treasurer's Office

Brad Epperly FEBRUARY 25, 2008
Undecided  IA. Assn. of Credit and Collection Professionals, Inc.

James West FEBRUARY 25, 2008
Undecided  IA. Assn. of Credit and Collection Professionals, Inc.

Keith Luchtel FEBRUARY 25, 2008
Undecided  IA. Assn. of Credit and Collection Professionals, Inc.

Paula Dierenfeld FEBRUARY 25, 2008
Undecided  IA. Assn. of Credit and Collection Professionals, Inc.

Scott Sundstrom FEBRUARY 25, 2008
Undecided  IA. Assn. of Credit and Collection Professionals, Inc.

George Appleby FEBRUARY 22, 2008
Undecided  IA. State Bar Assn.

Jennifer Tyler FEBRUARY 22, 2008
Undecided  IA. State Bar Assn.

Jim Carney FEBRUARY 22, 2008
Undecided  IA. State Bar Assn.

Kevin Howe FEBRUARY 21, 2008
Undecided  Principal Financial Group

Michael Treinen FEBRUARY 21, 2008
Undecided  Principal Financial Group

Michelle Lickteig FEBRUARY 21, 2008
Undecided  Principal Financial Group

Nancy Boyd FEBRUARY 21, 2008
Undecided  Principal Financial Group

Rachel Scott FEBRUARY 21, 2008
For        IA. Commission on the Status of Women

Molly Kottmeyer FEBRUARY 20, 2008
For        IA. Dept. of Human Services




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From the website, here is a financial statement regarding this movement from the government:

Fiscal Services Division

Legislative Services Agency

Fiscal Note

HF 2309 – Child Support Recovery Technical Changes (LSB 5132 HV)

Analyst: Jess Benson (Phone: (515) 281-4611) (jess.benson@legis.state.ia.us)

Fiscal Note Version - New

Description

House File 2309 brings Iowa’s Child Support Recovery Unit (CSRU) of the Department of

Human Services into compliance with the federal Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 and makes

technical changes.

Division I provides for assignment or transfer of child support to the State when a child receives

Family Investment Program (FIP) assistance.

Division II permits garnishment of money held by the State to pay delinquent child support.

Division III clarifies the requirements a consumer reporting agency must meet regarding the

receipt and use of information received regarding delinquent child support.

Division IV requires cellular telephone companies to provide cellular telephone numbers for a

computer match to CSRU.

Division V authorizes the district court to order certain income providers (such as self-employed

persons) to establish a bank account for child support payments if the amount owed is equal to

the total payments for one month.

Division VI eliminates the requirement for the CSRU to include parent’s social security numbers

on the notice for administrative levy of an account.

Division VII delays implementation of provisions regarding medical support until July 1, 2009.

Assumptions

Implementation of the provisions of HF 2309 will require the CSRU to update computer

programming and add staff, including:

Contract staff estimated at 535 hours in FY 2009 and 285 hours in FY 2010, at a rate of

$37.70 an hour, for the implementation of changes to the assignment of child support,

cellular phone number reporting, and medical support.

Contract information technology staff estimated at 475 hours in FY 2009 and 4,216 hours in

FY 2010, at a rate of $75 an hour, to reprogram automated system changes required for the

assignment of child support, cellular phone number reporting, and medical support.

4.5 FTE positions beginning in FY 2010, to gather and review information to determine the

availability of health insurance for the child.

3.0 FTE positions beginning in FY 2010 to help with the increased workload related to the

implementation of medical support requirements.

Setup costs for 8 employees in FY 2010 of $6,000 each for rent, computers, cubicles, and

office furniture.

The State’s share of these costs is 34%.

Fiscal Impact

House File 2309 is estimated to increase General Fund expenditures by $19,000 in FY 2009

and $291,000 in FY 2010.

Estimated State Expenditures

FY 2009 FY 2010

Contract Staff $ 6 ,861 $ 107,499

Contract Information Techology Staff 12,113 3,657

Salaries 0 157,361

Setup Costs 0 16,320

Paper, Postage, Sheriff Fees 0 6,024

Total $ 18,974 $ 290,861

Source

Department of Human Services, CSRU

/s/ Holly M. Lyons

The fiscal note and correctional impact statement for this bill was prepared pursuant to Joint Rule 17 and pursuant to

Section 2.56, Code of Iowa. Data used in developing this fiscal note and correctional impact statement are available

from the Fiscal Services Division, Legislative Services Agency to members of the Legislature upon request.

February 25, 2008


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I don't see the glass as being half full or half empty. I see the glass as being twice as large as it needs to be.
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