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Testimony on Hate Crimes in the District of Columbia and the Failure to Prosecute by the United States Attorney’s Office
Statement of Toni Michelle Jackson Deputy Attorney General, Public Interest Division
Today, OAG is announcing new community-based partner organizations that will open and operate four new Cure the Streets sites in neighborhoods that experience high levels of violence.
AG Racine Files Court Brief Arguing that District Law Protects Residents from Discrimination by Online Businesses Or Institutions Without Physical Locations
Attorney General Karl A. Racine today submitted a friend-of-the-court brief arguing that the District of Columbia’s Human Rights Act (DCHRA) prohibits discrimination by all businesses and institutions that operate in the District, including those that operate online or otherwise without physical…
AG Racine Leads 18-State Coalition Defending Vermont’s Right To Ban Large-Capacity Magazines To Prevent Gun Violence
Attorney General Karl A. Racine today led a group of 18 state Attorneys General to defend Vermont’s right to ban large-capacity magazines and protect public safety.