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.
Charlotte E. Ray became the first African-American woman to graduate from a law school, and the first to formally practice law in the United States.
Learn about Charles Hamilton Houston, the man famously known in history as “The Man Who Killed Jim Crow.”
The Trump administration is trying to make it harder for student survivors of sexual harassment and violence to get justice—AG Racine is fighting back.
Last week, AG Racine and Mayor Bowser announced a $6 million investment in strategies to reduce gun violence and keep District residents safe.
Have you ever accepted an online friend request from someone you don’t know?
AG Racine urges taxpayers to take these simple tips to keep their information safe this tax season.