Report Details How Companies Evade Taxes and Reduce Workers’ Take-Home Pay by Illegally Misclassifying Workers as Independent Contractors

Attorney General Karl A. Racine announced the appointment of several individuals to leadership positions within the Office of the Attorney General (OAG).

Attorney General Karl A. Racine today announced lawsuits against 16 Maryland and Virginia parents—including six current or former District government employees—for falsifying District residency to send children to District schools for free and acquire District public benefits.

Attorney General Karl A. Racine today submitted a friend-of-the-court brief reflecting the divided opinions and varied concerns of District of Columbia community members regarding a potential sentence reduction for convicted drug trafficker Rayful Edmond.

Attorney General Karl A. Racine today joined a coalition of five Attorneys General led by California in filing a motion for preliminary injunction to block the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Public Charge Rule from taking effect while litigation continues.

Attorney General Karl A. Racine today joined a coalition of 20 Attorneys General in filing a lawsuit opposing the Trump Administration’s new rule circumventing the Flores Settlement Agreement, which has governed the treatment of children in immigration custody since 1997.

Attorney General Karl A. Racine today announced that a window-replacement company—Renewal by Andersen LLC—will stop excluding District consumers east of the Anacostia River from its regular service area as part of a settlement agreement with the Office of the Attorney General.

Attorney General Karl A. Racine today joined a coalition of five Attorneys General in filing a lawsuit challenging the Trump administration’s Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds Final Rule, known as the “Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Public Charge Rule.”

Attorney General Karl A. Racine joined a coalition of 22 states and 7 local governments in announcing a lawsuit against the Trump Administration’s recently released“ACE” – aka “Dirty Power” – rule.

Attorney General Karl A. Racine today joined a 26-member coalition from around the country—including 15 states, three counties, six cities, and the U.S. Conference of Mayors—in opposing the State of Alabama’s attempt to advance a discriminatory agenda and tilt the power within Congress and the Electoral College by refusing to count every individual in the 2020 decennial census.