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The State of Colorado Child Support Commission is required by Title IV of the Social Security Act and created pursuant to § C.R.S.14-10-115 The Commission is charged with conducting a review of the child support guidelines and examining discretionary issues presented by members and various stakeholders. Commissioners are appointed by the Governor to serve four year terms and are comprised of members of the Colorado Bar Association, judges, parents, interested parties, an accountant and the child support liaison to judiciary. The Child Support Commission is currently meeting once a month.
The Commission is required to issue a report every four years to the Governor and General Assembly of the results of the review of the child support guidelines and any recommended statutory changes. The last report of the Commission was presented to the Governor and the General Assembly in July 2019.