WASHINGTON, D.C. – The District of Columbia has won a summary judgment for $931,200 in a case alleging that Washington East of the River Academy (WEALTHY), its principal, and its accountant unlawfully diverted District grant funds intended for a 2009 summer youth program, D.C. Attorney General Irvin B. Nathan announced today.

D.C. Superior Court Judge Maurice A. Ross on August 12 awarded the District the full treble damages it sought.

The case was brought in June 2013 under the District’s False Claims Act against Dianna R. Robinson, the former

Washington, DC – Following today’s Supreme Court oral arguments on marriage equality, Attorney General Karl A. Racine today said he was cautiously optimistic that the justices would rule state bans on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.

“I am hopeful that today marked another milestone in our nation’s long progress toward securing full liberty and equality for all of our citizens,” Attorney General Racine said. “As we argued in our brief in this case, it is time for the Supreme Court to ensure that same-sex couples legally married in the District enjoy the

Testimony on Elected Attorney General Implementation and Legal Service Establishment Amendment Act

Campaign Finance Reform Pay to Play Proposal

DC Attorney General Irvin B. Nathan said he supports the substance of a measure on local budget autonomy approved by the DC Council.

The full statement can be seen by clicking on the link below.

Statement to DC Council Committee on the Campaign Finance

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