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Archive: August 13, 2012

Parents who don't pay their child support are not just hurting their own children. Image by Jeremy Brown

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ST. PAUL, Minn. - Parents who don't pay their child support are not just hurting their own children. Erin Sullivan Sutton with the Minnesota Department of Human Services says they're also taking advantage of taxpayers, by putting pressure on state programs that help the poor. "When the child suppor ...Read More

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BISMARCK, N.D. - When it comes to making child support payments, North Dakota non-custodial parents are among the nation's best. Jim Fleming, director of the state's Child Support Enforcement Program, says the latest figures show that nearly 75 percent of child support was paid in the month it was ...Read More

PHOTO: AARP National Spelling Bee 2012 winner Michael Petrina, Jr., of Arlington, Va., competing in the written round.

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. - The word "rhyzoctonia" describes a type of imperfect fungi - and it's one that a retired attorney from Virginia is likely always to remember. Michael Petrina, Jr., of Arlington, Va., spelled that word correctly and took home the top prize in the AARP National Spelling Bee in Cheye ...Read More

Pat Gross at AARP meeting in Yankton.

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YANKTON, S.D. - Throughout the summer the "You've Earned a Say" AARP van is stopping for listening sessions in all 66 counties in South Dakota. Attendees will have an opportunity to fill out questionnaires about Medicare and Social Security and join a discussion about the future of these programs. ...Read More

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