September 24, 2020

How Much Do You Value Your Hunting License?

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On March 21, 2006, I brought you this story from out of Kansas, about a new law being proposed there that would prohibit deadbeat parents from purchasing hunting and fishing licenses. A deadbeat parent is someone who has failed to pay their child support payments.

This action and other creative methods are being employed more and more in order to collect some of the $95 billion delinquent child support payments across America.

Authorities in Colorado say the deadbeat parents fear losing their hunting license more than their drivers license. 41% of hunters and fishermen facing loss of their license paid up, compared to only 32% facing loss of driving licenses.

Now, that says something! What, I’m not sure. You tell me.

Tom Remington

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