Attorney General Karl A. Racine today led a coalition of 37 Attorneys General urging federal cooperation with the states to protect consumers from false advertising and potential harms to their health from products containing cannabis or cannabis-derived compounds, including cannabidiol (CBD).

Attorney General Karl A. Racine today led a coalition of 18 states in submitting comments to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) urging collaboration between regulators to protect workers from anticompetitive labor practices that depress wages, limit job mobility, and limit opportunities for advancement.

Statement of Erin Cullen
Deputy Attorney General – Family Services Division

Attorney General Karl A. Racine today led a coalition of eight states in a friend-of-the-court brief supporting the rights of states to enact public health policies that can prevent opioid overdoses and treat those suffering from opioid use disorder.

Attorney General Karl A. Racine and New York Attorney Generals Letitia James today co-led a coalition of 23 states opposing the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) proposed rule that would deny housing assistance to anyone—including lawful residents—whose household includes an undocumented immigrant.

Today, my office is filing a lawsuit against Marriott International, Inc., for charging consumers deceptive “resort fees” when booking hotel rooms, hiding the true price of hotel rooms, and misleading consumers in order to increase company profits.

Attorney General Karl A. Racine today filed a lawsuit against Marriott International, Inc., a multinational hotel company, for hiding the true price of hotel rooms from consumers and charging hidden resort fees to increase profits.

Attorney General Karl A. Racine has joined a coalition of 11 state attorneys general in filing a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over its failure to require the chemical industry to provide the agency with the information it needs on asbestos to regulate it and protect the public from the serious health risks the substance poses.

Attorney General Karl A. Racine today introduced the “Small and Certified Business Enterprise Protection and Enforcement Amendment Act of 2019,” which would increase penalties on non-District companies that cheat to gain preferential treatment in local government contracting and increase oversight of the District’s Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) program.

Attorney General Karl A. Racine issued the following statement in response to the Supreme Court’s decision blocking the Trump Administration from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 Census.