Here’s a link to my full story at spokesman.com on Gov. Butch Otter calling a special session of the Legislature to address the crisis in Idaho’s child support enforcement system, the first since special session of his three terms as governor. “There is no alternative,” Otter said. “We’ve discussed executive orders, we’ve discussed every other opportunity or possibility. … A special session, and a successful special session, is the only way that we can hold people personally responsible.” He said, “It’s the deadbeat parent that we’re after here, and it’s our responsibility to hold them responsible.” You can read the governor's proclamation here.