Today, OAG is announcing new community-based partner organizations that will open and operate four new Cure the Streets sites in neighborhoods that experience high levels of violence.
Parents should know the facts about e-cigarettes and how to talk with their kids about the dangers of vaping.
Attorney General Racine recommends District residents NOT use new at-home forensic testing kits that claim to help sexual assault survivors collect evidence of an assault themselves.
This week, Attorney General Racine and a coalition of 20 Attorneys General sent a letter to Congressional leaders urging their support of “Jaime’s Law,” legislation which would extend existing background check requirements on firearm sales to also include ammunition sales.
Have you received a call from someone claiming to be from a government agency about a sweepstakes prize? Don’t take the bait!
Learn how you can use the District’s “Red Flag Law” to remove a firearm from a potentially dangerous individual.
The government is meant to protect its citizens—it should not be in the business of killing them.
August is Child Support Awareness Month and while OAG’s Child Support Services focuses on helping District families all year long, this month they roll out special efforts to help parents support their children.