As part of AG Racine’s work to protect public integrity, the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) scored another major win this month when a federal court denied President Trump’s effort to block the emoluments lawsuit brought by the District of Columbia and Maryland.
Today, AG Racine and several states called on the U.S. Departments of Homeland Security and Health and Human Services to stop this harmful and unnecessary policy.
In the last 90 years, nuisance flooding along the Potomac and Anacostia riverfronts has increased 300 percent because of sea level rise, due in part to global warming.
Earlier this summer, the Trump administration put forth a policy of separating families crossing the nation’s southern border.
This week, Attorney General Racine and a coalition of 20 states called on U.S. Department of Education (ED) Secretary Betsy DeVos to help student borrowers who attended schools that abruptly closed have their loans discharged.
Here are tips to help make sure you and others are safe on the roads this Halloween.
If you are a victim of child sexual abuse by clergy or have knowledge of such abuse, report it to OAG at www.ReportClergyAbusetoDCOAG.com
It was a packed auditorium at John Philip Sousa Middle School last week for the second annual kickoff of “I Belong Here,” OAG’s year-long attendance competition that works to combat school truancy.
4.2 billion. That’s how many robocalls (a call that uses an automated dialer to deliver a pre-recorded message) were made to U.S. households in August 2018 alone.