To request an accommodation for an upcoming meeting, contact Jessica Raymond at 651-478-8109 or email Jessica.Raymond@state.mn.us within three business days of the scheduled event. Please indicate what type of assistance you need.
Full task force meetings are in room 10 of the State Office Building in St. Paul, Minnesota from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. unless noted below.
The next full task force meeting will be on May 30, 2018. Two smaller workgroups, made up of available task force members, will meet in the interim. The public is welcome to attend the smaller workgroup meetings, however, these meetings will be shorter to allow members to focus on distinct issues and the agenda will not have a segment for public comment. Members of the public are free to submit comments in writing and there will be an opportunity for public comment when the full task force reconvenes in May 2018.
Links to Information and Resources on Child Support:
The 2016 Minnesota Legislature established the Child Support Task Force for the Department of Human Services. The charge of the task force is to advise the department commissioner on matters relevant to maintaining effective and efficient child support guidelines that will best serve the children of Minnesota and take into account the changing dynamics of families.
The scope of the group is described in the legislation establishing task force. The general duties include, but are not limited to:
Additionally, the task force must review, address, and make recommendations on the following priority issues:
The commissioner's report on task force activities is due to the Legislature on February 15, 2018.
September 2016 - June 2019, unless extended by the Legislature.
Four members representing parents:
One member representing the Minnesota Department of Human Services:
One member representing the Minnesota County Attorney's Association:
One member representing the Minnesota Family Support Recovery Council:
One member representing Minnesota Court Administration:
One member representing the Minnesota Legal Services Coalition:
One member representing Minnesota Native American Tribal Child Support Programs:
One member representing the Minnesota State Bar Association, Family Law Section:
Two members from the Minnesota House of Representatives
Two members from the Minnesota Senate: