Under the bill, noncustodial parents can reduce the amount of child support they pay by spending a certain amount of time with their children. The proposal before the Senate set the threshold for the parenting time credit at 91 days a year — the equivalent of 13 weeks. But by joining together, female senators were able to raise that annual threshold to 121 days.A blogger calls this More Anti-Father Bigotry by the FemNags.
These women are saying that if the father takes care of the kids for 120 days out of the year, then he should still have to pay mother support (which they call child support) for those 120 days.
It is not child support, as the money is not going to the children. It is mother support.