News & Updates
AG Racine Announces Real Estate Company to Pay $900K for Discriminating Against Low-Income District Renters
Attorney General Karl A. Racine announced today that Curtis Investment Group, Inc., a large local real estate company, will be required to pay $900,000 to the District to resolve a 2019 housing discrimination lawsuit.
AG Racine Sues Major District Landlord Responsible For Nearly 1,000 Apartments Over Source of Income Discrimination
Attorney General Karl A. Racine today announced a lawsuit against three real estate companies—DARO Management Services, DARO Realty, and Infinity Real Estate—and company executive Carissa Barry, for illegally discriminating against low-income District residents who receive housing assistance.
Everyone deserves healthy, happy, and safe relationships. Yet in 2019, one in ten District high school students experienced physical violence from someone they were dating.
Attorney General Karl A. Racine has welcomed 15 recent graduates from area law schools to join the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) as part of the 2020 Charles F.C. Ruff Fellowship.
AG Racine Joins Multistate Lawsuit Challenging Trump Administration Attack on Health Care Access and Reproductive Rights
Attorney General Karl A. Racine today joined six other Attorneys General in filing a lawsuit to stop the Trump administration from threatening access to safe and legal abortion care for individuals who purchase health insurance through state health care exchanges.
AG Racine Joins Multistate Lawsuit To Stop Trump Administration From Gutting Safety Protections For Chemical Accidents
Attorney General Karl A. Racine today joined a coalition of 15 attorneys general and the City of Philadelphia in suing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for gutting safeguards to prevent and limit harms from dangerous chemical accidents.