Here is a sampling of COVID-related scientific critiques with references for the public – something long overdue and seemingly ignored by Dr. Scott Harris.
Last week, off-the-cuff remarks given by State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris at a University of Alabama at Birmingham event breathed new life into legislation offered by State Sen. Sam Givhan (R-Huntsville) to reform the Alabama Department of Public Health.
If Alabamians are again going to be sapped of their liberty for some exceptional emergency, then those doing the sapping should at least be accountable to the people’s will.
When history tells the story of what happened in The Great COVID Debacle, the most critical factor will be the epic failure and demonstrable incompetence of our public health authorities. For the state of Alabama, these charges land squarely at the feet of Dr. Scott Harris, the State Health Officer.
State Health Officer Scott Harris does not want lawmakers to make is office accountable to an elected official like all other state agency heads.
State Health Officer Scott Harris rejects efforts by lawmakers to make his office accountable to an elected official like other state agency heads.
Recent comments by Alabama's State Health Officer Scott Harris regarding transgender laws have breathed new life into legislation changing how the state health officer role is appointed.
On Wednesday, 1819 News learned State Health Officer Scott Harris was personally reaching out to lawmakers and other state officials to dispute an 1819 News report regarding remarks he had offered earlier in the week at the so-called "Substance Use and Social Justice Symposium" at the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB).
Alabama's State Health Officer Scott Harris, who heads the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH), said his department was "appalled" by Alabama laws addressing transgender issues.
State Health Officer Scott Harris’ name has been quietly removed as an ex-officio board member for the controversial Alabama Campaign for Adolescent Sexual Health.
State Sen. Sam Givhan's (R-Huntsville) bill to make the state health officer an appointed position by the Governor has been “gutted,” he said, by “key figures” in the legislature.
A proposed constitutional amendment to remove the Alabama Governor's unilateral authority to call the state legislature into a special session has been filed in the House of Representatives.
The turnover in the Alabama Legislature headed into the new quadrennium, combined with new leadership in the House of Representatives, has made State House expectations somewhat of a wildcard for 2023 and beyond.
Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) is still refusing to answer questions about the agency’s affiliation with groups pushing for comprehensive sexual education.
Comprehensive sexual education has been at the center of the cultural discussion within public education, and Alabama is no exception.
Could Alabama suffer from a demographic crunch in the coming years?
The Alabama Center for Law and Liberty (ACLL) has added additional plaintiffs in the growing lawsuit stemming from Alabama’s COVID-19 lockdowns.
Alabama Public Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris told reporters on Tuesday that he thinks that COVID-19 “is here to stay.” The state...
By Brandon Moseley The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) announced that a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)...