Michigan Gov.

Kevin Pellegrini says the state’s child support enforcement agency is still the same.

But the governor says the law is not changing.

“It’s not changing,” Pellegri told WXYZ-TV.

“The law’s still a bill and I’ve been saying that since day one.”

Pellegrino says the new law only requires child support orders to be entered in court once.

The law requires a court to be notified within 30 days of the order being filed, but in practice it takes as long as a year for the court to make a ruling.

It’s up to the court.