Able v. United States , 88 F. The case was assigned to U. District Court Judge Eugene Nickerson. When the Defense Department initiated an investigation into Petty Officer Heigl to determine if he was a homosexual, the district court issued a preliminary injunction against the investigation of him and the other plaintiffs.
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A provide services relating to the establishment of paternity or the establishment, modification, or enforcement of child support obligations, as appropriate, under the plan with respect to—. B enforce any support obligation established with respect to—. A services under the plan shall be made available to residents of other States on the same terms as to residents of the State submitting the plan;.
D a fee in accordance with regulations of the Secretary for performing genetic tests may be imposed on any individual who is not a recipient of assistance under a State program funded under part A, and.
E any costs in excess of the fees so imposed may be collected—. A all sources of information and available records; and. B the Federal Parent Locator Service established under section ,. A in establishing paternity, if necessary,. B in locating a noncustodial parent residing in the State whether or not permanently against whom any action is being taken under a program established under a plan approved under this part in another State,.
C in securing compliance by a noncustodial parent residing in such State whether or not permanently with an order issued by a court of competent jurisdiction against such parent for the support and maintenance of the child or children or the parent of such child or children with respect to whom aid is being provided under the plan of such other State;.
D in carrying out other functions required under a plan approved under this part;. E not later than March 1, , in using the forms promulgated pursuant to section a 11 for income withholding, imposition of liens, and issuance of administrative subpoenas in interstate child support cases;.
B provide that any payment required to be made under section or to a family shall be made to the resident parent, legal guardian, or caretaker relative having custody of or responsibility for the child or children;. A with notice of all proceedings in which support obligations might be established or modified; and. B with a copy of any order establishing or modifying a child support obligation, or in the case of a petition for modification a notice of determination that there should be no change in the amount of the child support award, within 14 days after issuance of such order or determination;.
B maintain methods of administration which are designed to assure that persons responsible for handling cash receipts shall not participate in accounting or operating functions which would permit them to conceal in the accounting records the misuse of cash receipts except that the Secretary shall by regulations provide for exceptions to this requirement in the case of sparsely populated areas where the hiring of unreasonable additional staff would otherwise be necessary ;.
A a process for annual reviews of and reports to the Secretary on the State program operated under the State plan approved under this part, including such information as may be necessary to measure State compliance with Federal requirements for expedited procedures, using such standards and procedures as are required by the Secretary, under which the State agency will determine the extent to which the program is operated in compliance with this part; and.
B a process of extracting from the automated data processing system required by paragraph 16 and transmitting to the Secretary data and calculations concerning the levels of accomplishment and rates of improvement with respect to applicable performance indicators including paternity establishment percentages to the extent necessary for purposes of sections g and ;. B shall enforce any such child support obligations which are owed by such an individual but are not being met—.
B assure that the fee will be collected in addition to, and only after full payment of, the overdue support, and that the imposition of the late payment fee shall not directly or indirectly result in a decrease in the amount of the support which is paid to the child or spouse to whom, or on whose behalf, it is owed;.
A by October 1, , which meets all requirements of this part which were enacted on or before the date of enactment of the Family Support Act of ,. B by October 1, , which meets all requirements of this part enacted on or before the date of the enactment of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of  , except that such deadline shall be extended by 1 day for each day if any by which the Secretary fails to meet the deadline imposed by section a 3 of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of ;.
A safeguards against unauthorized use or disclosure of information relating to proceedings or actions to establish paternity, or to establish, modify or enforce support, or to make or enforce a child custody determination;. B prohibitions against the release of information on the whereabouts of 1 party or the child to another party against whom a protective order with respect to the former party or the child has been entered;.
C prohibitions against the release of information on the whereabouts of 1 party or the child to another person if the State has reason to believe that the release of the information may to that person result in physical or emotional harm to the party or the child;. D in cases in which the prohibitions under subparagraphs B and C apply, the requirement to notify the Secretary, for purposes of section b 2 , that the State has reasonable evidence of domestic violence or child abuse against a party or the child and that the disclosure of such information could be harmful to the party or the child; and.
E procedures providing that when the Secretary discloses information about a parent or child to a State court or an agent of a State court described in section c 2 or d 2 B , and advises that court or agent that the Secretary has been notified that there is reasonable evidence of domestic violence or child abuse pursuant to section b 2 , the court shall determine whether disclosure to any other person of information received from the Secretary could be harmful to the parent or child and, if the court determines that disclosure to any other person could be harmful, the court and its agents shall not make any such disclosure;.
A operate a State disbursement unit in accordance with section B; and. B have sufficient State staff consisting of State employees and at State option contractors reporting directly to the State agency to—. A shall make the determination and redetermination at appropriate intervals as to whether an individual who has applied for or is receiving assistance under the State program funded under part A, the State program under part E, the State program under title XIX, or the supplemental nutrition assistance program, as defined under section 3 l of the Food and Nutrition Act of 7 U.
B shall require the individual to supply additional necessary information and appear at interviews, hearings, and legal proceedings;. C shall require the individual and the child to submit to genetic tests pursuant to judicial or administrative order;.
D may request that the individual sign a voluntary acknowledgment of paternity, after notice of the rights and consequences of such an acknowledgment, but may not require the individual to sign an acknowledgment or otherwise relinquish the right to genetic tests as a condition of cooperation and eligibility for assistance under the State program funded under part A, the State program under part E, the State program under title XIX, or the supplemental nutrition assistance program, as defined under section 3 l of the Food and Nutrition Act of 7 U.
E shall promptly notify the individual and the State agency administering the State program funded under part A, the State agency administering the State program under part E, the State agency administering the State program under title XIX, or the State agency administering the supplemental nutrition assistance program, as defined under section 3 l of the Food and Nutrition Act of 7 U. A each individual concerned is afforded notice of such determination and the consequences thereof, and an opportunity to contest the determination; and.
B the certification by the State agency is furnished to the Secretary in such format, and accompanied by such supporting documentation, as the Secretary may require;. B provide, at State option, notwithstanding paragraph 4 or any other provision of this part, for services under the plan for enforcement of a spousal support order not described in paragraph 4 B entered by such a country or subdivision ; and.
C  provide that no applications will be required from, and no costs will be assessed for such services against, the foreign reciprocating country, foreign treaty country, or foreign individual but costs may at State option be assessed against the obligor ;. The State may allow the jurisdiction which makes the collection involved to retain any application fee under paragraph 6 B or any late payment fee under paragraph II, P.
Effective September 29, See Vol. II, 31 U. II, 18 U. Skip to content. Compilation of the Social Security Laws.
STATE PLAN FOR CHILD AND SPOUSAL SUPPORT
A the extraordinary responsibilities of the armed forces, the unique conditions of military service, and the critical role of unit cohesion, require that the military community, while subject to civilian control, exist as a specialized society; and. B the military society is characterized by its own laws, rules, customs, and traditions, including numerous restrictions on personal behavior, that would not be acceptable in civilian society. D under the particular circumstances of the case, the member's continued presence in the armed forces is consistent with the interests of the armed forces in proper discipline, good order, and morale; and. A any bodily contact, actively undertaken or passively permitted, between members of the same sex for the purpose of satisfying sexual desires; and. B any bodily contact which a reasonable person would understand to demonstrate a propensity or intent to engage in an act described in subparagraph A.
Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 124.djvu/3541
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