Court upholds child support to former senator

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Updated: 3/18 12:09 pm

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — The Nevada Supreme Court has upheld child support payments owed to former state Sen. Elizabeth Halseth by her ex-husband.

The Nevada Appeal reports justices determined Daniel Halseth was "willfully under-employed" and ordered him to pay her the $2,274 monthly child support payment.

Halseth was 27 when elected in 2010, the youngest state senator in Nevada history. She resigned a little more than a year into her four-year term amid a messy divorce.


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