Should the state restrict the licenses of those who fail to pay child support?
Asked at Massachusetts Street on February 7, 2006
“I think so. If you’re behind on child support you’re breaking the law, and if you break the law, you start to lose your rights. I think that’s a good principle to follow.”
“Yes. I think they need to find a way to hold something against people who don’t pay it. If not licenses then something else.”
“Yeah sure. I think so. If they think it will help get them to pay it.”
“That would be a good way to do it. Maybe not so much for driving. They need to be able to get to work so they can make money to pay it. But they should do it with any recreational licenses.”