- The Social Security Amendments of 1975, also known as Public Law#94-88, was signed into law by President on August 9, 1975.
- Actual bill
- The purpose of this legislation was to tweak the Social Security Amendments of 1974.
- Key points of the legislation regarding child support included:
1. Allowed states to get waivers from some CSE Program requirements under specific scenarios until June 30, 1976.
2. Loosened requirement for AFDC recipients to cooperate with state CSE agencies when best interests of the children would not be served.
3. Allowed for additional payments to AFDC recipients whose grants would decrease from the implementation of the Social Security Amendments of 1974.
4. Allowed for quarterly advances to states to pay for CSE Programs
5. Allowed payment to cover specified expenses associated with CSE Program implementation costs incurred during July 1975