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Child support laws in St. Louis and throughout Missouri may be changing soon. Currently, if a man falls behind on child support, he could have his driver’s license and other occupational licenses suspended. This in itself prevents them for accessing stable employment. In addition to that, FOX2 Now also pointed out that if these men go to jail for not paying child support, this costs the tax payers millions of dollars per year to house them in jail, to feed them, and for probation costs.

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