~ Hawaii refuses to release public records, holding that they are confidential ~

The Hawaii attorney general held that collection enforcement orders (demands for money from deadbeat parents) are still public information but won’t be divulged due to privacy concerns.

‘The records are public, they’re just not accessible’

Collection orders that the Child Support Enforcement Agency files publicly at the Hawai’i Bureau of Conveyances against parents who aren’t paying child support are confidential records that the CSEA won’t disclose to the public, according to the attorney general’s office. Read the article

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