Recently, OAG took action against a local company and its owner for preying upon dozens of foreign teachers working in D.C. schools who were trying to navigate a new culture and a complex visa system.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month—an annual effort to raise awareness about the harmful impact of child abuse and provide resources to build strong and thriving families.
Burnita Matthews was the first woman to serve as a judge for the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia and the second woman to hold judgeship of a federal court.
Marjorie McKenzie Lawson broke new legal ground for women in the District and across the country, serving as the first black female judge in D.C. and the first black woman appointed to the Juvenile Court bench by a president.
Every District resident should be able to pursue the future of their choice, including whether and when to start a family.
Judge Wald was a pioneer for women in law, serving as the first woman appointed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and the first woman to serve as its chief judge.
Do you get pop-up messages on your computer screen that tell you to call tech support? Ignore them—it’s likely a scam!
This week, AG Racine partnered with the Student Borrower Protection Center to host a training session for District government employees and residents to learn about repayment plans and loan forgiveness programs.
AG Racine joined a coalition of 20 AGs in opposing The Trump administration’s new "Turnback Policy," which unlawfully denies individuals access to the asylum process at ports of entry and turns them away.