News & Updates
AG Racine Sues Washington Commanders for Cheating District Ticket Holders Out of Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars
Attorney General Karl A. Racine today announced a new lawsuit against Pro Football Inc., which owns the Washington Commanders football team, for implementing an illegal scheme to cheat District ticket holders out of their deposits for season tickets and use the money for its own purposes.
Hearing from people who have been through the system always reminds me how much work must still be done to make our justice system create better outcomes for our community.
AG Racine Announces Settlement with Drizly That Requires Payment of $6 Million For Soliciting Tips That Did Not Go to Delivery Drivers & Failing to Pay Sales Tax
Attorney General Karl A. Racine today announced that Drizly, an alcohol delivery company, will be required to pay an estimated total of $6.46 million to resolve allegations that it failed to ensure delivery drivers received tips left by consumers and failed to pay required taxes.
Attorney General Karl A. Racine today launched the first annual “Impaired? – No Time to Drive” student video contest encouraging District high school students to submit brief videos. Eligible submissions will count toward community service credit to graduate and qualify students for valuable…
AG Racine Announces New Public Safety Grant Programs to Support Survivors of Crime and Returning Residents
Attorney General Karl A. Racine today announced two new grant programs to improve public safety and reduce crime.
Today my office announced a lawsuit against the Commanders, their owner (Dan Snyder), the NFL, and the NFL Commissioner (Roger Goodell) for lying to and deceiving District residents—the heart of the Commanders’ fanbase.
AG Racine Sues Washington Commanders, Dan Snyder, NFL & NFL Commissioner Goodell for Deceiving DC Fans for Financial Gain
Attorney General Karl A. Racine today announced a new lawsuit against the Washington Commanders, team owner Dan Snyder, the National Football League (NFL), and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for colluding to deceive District residents—Commanders’ core fans—about an investigation into toxic…
Attorney General Karl A. Racine today issued the following statement congratulating Brian Schwalb on becoming the new Attorney General-elect.
This important bill will ensure that the newly created Department of Buildings (DOB) will have an effective proactive inspection program, which is critical to ensuring safe housing for the District’s most at-risk residents.
The Owners of Safeway and Harris Teeter Are Planning a Merger. We Need to Know Its Impact Before Investors Cash In.
Yesterday, we sued in federal court and filed a temporary restraining order to stop Albertsons (Safeway’s owner) from paying out nearly $4 billion to their investors.