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DIGEST OF INTRODUCED BILL
Offenders owing child support. Requires the department of correction to first attempt to assign a criminal offender or a delinquent offender who owes child support under a child support order to an employment program that pays wages before assigning the criminal offender or delinquent offender to an education, training, or other program unless the criminal offender or delinquent offender has a: (1) medical, psychological, social, or other condition; or (2) security classification; that would prevent the offender from participating in an employment program. Provides that a confined offender who owes child support under a child support order may participate in an educational, training, or voluntary employment program only if certain conditions apply.