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  1. A child left unprotected

    State Rep. Justin Harris and his wife adopted a young girl through the state Department of Human Services. How did she, six months later, end up in the care of a man who sexually abused her?

  2. Hypocrite watch: Rep. Justin Harris

    Fans of Arkansas politics were treated to an illustration this week of the core dishonesty of some conservatives.

  3. Justin Harris comments on adoption report; Speaker Gillam says issue in past tense. We disagree.

    Rep. Justin Harris spoke to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette yesterday about her story of his adoption and then transfer of two daughters to a man who raped one of them. Questions remain.

  4. Justin Harris: Former legislator sympathetic to criticism of DHS

    Former Sen. Jimmy Jeffress says he sympathizes with Rep. Justin Harris' criticism of the Department of Human Services based on his own experience on a different issue.

  5. Justin Harris heaps more blame on DHS for his adoption decision

    Rep. Justin Harris, who turned over two adopted children to the family of a child molester, has added a second attack on the Department of Human Services in the matter.

  6. Hutchinson promises independent review of DHS; declines to give opinion on Justin Harris

    Gov. Asa Hutchinson said today that his office would oversee an independent review of child welfare services in the Department of Human Services as an outgrowth of the controversy engendered by Rep. Justin Harris' placement of his adopted daughters in the home of a man who sexually abused one of them.

  7. Minority leader calls Justin Harris matter a 'distraction'; says he should consider resigning

    State Rep. Eddie Armstrong of North Little Rock, leader of the Democratic minority in the House, held a news conference today to talk about his meetings with Department of Human Services officials about Rep. Justin Harris' dealing with the agency in his now-controversial adoption of children.

  8. Casting out demons: The latest on the Justin Harris adoption story

    Benji Hardy has written for this week's Times another deeply reported account of the circumstances of the adoption of three children by Rep. Justin Harris, two of whom he found difficult and placed in the home who later molested one of them. Political pressure, demonic possession and criticism of state Human Services decisions are included in the extensive report.

  9. Demographics for the private option, which now has 240,000 enrollees

    Through the end of February, just under 240,000 Arkansans had gained coverage via the private option. As always, worth noting: that's 240,000 folks who would lose their insurance plans if the rump group of Tea Partiers in the legislature got their way and ended the coverage expansion in two years. Here's the demographic breakdown of those 240,000.

  10. Former workers at Justin Harris' preschool say they were told to sign in adopted girls despite absence

    Several former workers from Growing Gods' Kingdom have told the Times that two of the Harris girls were signed in to the preschool on a daily basis but were not in attendance. This raises the question of whether the preschool improperly claimed public funds for the girls.

  11. More from Justin Harris on his adoption case

    KARK's Drew Petrimoulx conducted an interview of more than 30 minutes yesterday with Rep. Justin Harris following his brief press conference to talk about his decision to "rehome" children he'd adopted, a decision that put them in the home of a teacher in Harris' Growing God's Kingdom pre-school. That teacher, molested one of the girls and is now serving a 40-year prison sentence.


 

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