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family law, child support, child support enforcement, prisoners, mass incarceration, collateral consequences, prisoner debt, incarcerated parents, Family Support Act, Bradley Amendment
carceral debt, criminalization, voting rights, disenfranchisement, child support
lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, sexual identity, criminal justice system, incarceration, low-income, poverty
poverty law, family law, social welfare law and policy, legal history
child support debt, child support enforcement, collateral consequences, collateral sanctions, incarcerated parents, mass incarceration
pedagogy, intersectionality, incarceration, criminalization, domestic violence, clinical teaching, gender violence
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