The state Senate this week could consider bills that would crack down on identity theft.
The bills would make it a crime to steal someone's identity and prohibit Social Security numbers from being publicly displayed on a receipt or mailing.
The Senate may also take up legislation on child support.
It would allow seizure of people's inheritances, insurance policies, workers' compensation awards, and lawsuit settlements.
Meanwhile, the House may take up legislation that would allow state representatives to get full-paid lifetime health care at age 55.
It would apply even if they don't completely finish the maximum six years in office.
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Source: www.idtheftcenter.org (Identity Theft Resource Center Web site) contributed to this report.