News & Updates
Attorney General Karl A. Racine today announced the largest eminent domain victory in District history, securing $35 million in savings for the city, which took the property from Jemal’s Buzzards Point to replace the old South Capitol Street Bridge with the new Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge…
AG Racine Announces First-Of-Its-Kind Settlement Keeping Apartment Complex Affordable for 25 Years & Preventing Displacement of Ward 5 Tenants
Attorney General Karl A. Racine today announced that the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) has reached a first-of-its-kind settlement that will stop the planned displacement of long-time District residents and preserve affordable housing at a Ward 5 property for 25 years.
The consequences of DCHA’s mismanagement and failures couldn’t be more serious. Thousands of DC residents have been denied access to safe, stable housing because of DCHA’s dysfunction.
Attorney General Karl A. Racine today released a report detailing the lack of independence at the D.C. Housing Authority (DCHA) and calling for reforms to the agency’s governance.
AG Racine released a report detailing the lack of independence at the D.C. Housing Authority and calling for reforms to the agency’s governance.
AG Racine Releases Final 8-Year Report Showing Growth and Impact of the Office of the Attorney General Since 2015
Attorney General Karl A. Racine today released a new, comprehensive report highlighting the breadth of work of the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) over the past eight years.
Big Tech companies have misled District consumers, charged excessive amounts for services, consolidated power and stifled competition, and skirted District laws to illegally reap more profits at the expense of consumers and workers.
AG Racine Announces Man Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison for Multiple Crimes Against Older DC Residents
Felony Conviction is Result of Elder Justice Partnership Between Office of the Attorney General and U.S. Attorney’s Office
AG Racine Files Brief in Carroll v. Trump Arguing That Trump Acted Outside the Scope of His Employment When He Made Statements Attacking Carroll
Attorney General Karl A. Racine filed a brief in Carroll v. Trump urging the District of Columbia Court of Appeals to conclude that Donald J. Trump acted outside of the scope of his employment as president when he made allegedly defamatory statements about E. Jean Carroll in 2019.