Describes components of tribal programs and services that exist under the child support enforcement (CSE) program, which was enacted as a Federal-State program in 1975. Discusses issues related to jurisdictional matters, paternity establishment, child support enforcement methods, nonpayment problems, and consistency of tribal programs with each other and with State CSE program. Includes tables and graphs.
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