This note will discuss the purposes of' the amendrnents, describe how the provisions are intended to, work, and indicate what is required by HEW and the state welfare agencies for compliance. Constitutional and administrative problems that can be anticipated as the provisions are implemented will also be explored. Finally, the existing Washington State system of child support enforcement will be explained and offered as an example of a successful approach to this difficult problem.
Judith B. Stouder,
Child Support Enforcement and Establishment of Paternity as Tools of Welfare Reform—Social Services Amendments of 1974, pt. B, 42 U.S.C. §§ 651-60 (Supp. V, 1975),
52 Wash. L. Rev.
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