School districts in Lancaster County are wrestling with whether to enforce Gov. Wolf’s mask mandate, and the DA has said she won’t prosecute offenders. Prof. Scott Burris agrees that criminal prosecution isn’t the right approach. Read more at Lancaster Online.
When people with substance abuse disorder are incarcerated, the medications they use to treat their addiction are often withheld. Prof. Scott Burris says that jails need to rethink their approach. Read more at Daily Magazine News.
As lawsuits mount over Gov. Wolf’s mask mandate, Prof. Burris says the facts are not on their side – and that at least to courts, facts still matter. Read more at The Morning Call.
Prof. Scott Burris explains how employer vaccine mandates work for KYW’s InDepth podcast. Read more at KYW.
President Biden’s mandate for many private employers to require employee vaccination is sure to face legal and political challenges. Prof. Scott Burris explains why he thinks its important and what hurdles it might face. Read more at The Hill.
Can employers mandate vaccinations? Absolutely, says Prof. Scott Burris. Read more at Arkansas Business.
School districts across PA are wrestling with whether they can legally impose mask mandates as students return. Prof. Scott Burris says they may face political blowback, but have the legal authority “for sure.” Read more at Gettysburg Times.
Some business owners in New York object to the city’s vaccine mandate for entry into certain venues, but Prof. Scott Burris says the city is on solid legal ground. Read more at BBC News.
No shoes, no shirt, no vaccination card, no service? Prof. Scott Burris says New York city’s new covid regulations have plenty of historical support. Read more at US News & World Report.
Could SCOTUS upend more than a century of public health law if they decide against vaccine mandates? Prof. Scott Burris discusses what’s at stake. Read more at The Hill.