D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine (D) announced on Oct. 5 that the city will not appeal to the Supreme Court a federal appeals court panel decision to strike down the city's “good reason” requirement to obtain a permit to carry a concealed gun in public.
A CIVIL RIGHTS VICTORY: DC won’t take concealed carry fight to Supreme Court. “After days of consulting with the mayor’s office and city council members, D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine has reportedly decided not to fight a ruling that effectively strikes down the District’s strict law that makes it difficult for gun owners to get […]
D.C.’s attorney general opts to run for re-election to his current seat in 2018.
The potential challenger to Bowser is instead running for reelection as D.C. attorney general. [ more › ]
Racine, a champion of campaign-finance reform, said the excess money has been returned to donors; violations under review by regulators.
This week the Attorneys General Brian Frosh of Maryland and Karl Racine representing Washington, D.C. held a joint press conference to explain why they have filed suit against Donald Trump for “flagrantly violating” the emoluments clause. Show More Summary
Washington, D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine and Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh are both riding against your president Donald Trump in a new lawsuit claiming a violation of the constitution.
District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine and Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh plan to announce what they call a "major lawsuit" Monday against the president. Continue reading ? The post Attorneys general of Maryland, D.C. plan to file lawsuit against President Trump appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
The attorneys general of Maryland and the District of Columbia are planning to file a lawsuit against President Donald Trump. District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine and Maryland Attorney … Click to Continue »
Brandon Todd’s campaign finance irregularities draw attention of D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine
D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine announced a lawsuit yesterday and a public hearing at the council rages on. [ more › ]
A majority of D.C. Council members showed their disdain for President Trump by boycotting his inauguration. But Karl A. Racine (D), the District’s first elected attorney general, did city lawmakers one better: Racine is the first — and at this stage the only — D.C. elected official to urge the Senate to reject certain Trump Cabinet nominees. […]
WHY SHOULD CITIZENS FOLLOW THE LAW, IF THE GOVERNMENT WON’T? D.C. Attorney General Ignores Court Order, Refuses Gun Permits. The D.C. Attorney General is Karl Racine.
The AGs asked American Eagle, Aéropostale, Payless, Disney, Coach, Forever 21, and others if they assign shifts on the same day. [ more › ]
Karl Racine wants a rehearing of a ruling that would eliminate some provisions of the registration system.
Police have been called to this Airbnb party house more than 100 times in a matter of one year, and now, with D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine on the scene, it looks like this Airbnb abode has finally met...
D.C. Attorney General Karl A. Racine filed a lawsuit Thursday against a Northern Virginia couple renovating rowhouses in some of Washington’s trendiest neighborhoods, accusing them of duping people into buying homes that violate city construction codes and contain substandard materials.Read full article >>
Senior aides to Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) proposed delaying her controversial request to dilute the power of the city’s first elected attorney general, Karl A. Racine — and Racine welcomed the news even as the two sides sparred Wednesday over competing allegations of power grabs.Read full article >>
THE DISTRICTShackling of juveniles in court sessions endsD.C. Council members Kenyan R. McDuffie (D-Ward 5) and David Grosso (I-At Large) and D.C. Attorney General Karl A. Racine on Friday announced a new court policy that prohibits the routine shackling of juvenile defendants during D.C. Superior Court proceedings.Read full article >>
Washington Times: Washington, D.C., will drop its appeal of a federal court ruling that overturned the city’s ban on carrying handguns in public, Attorney General Karl Racine announced Wednesday. City attorneys will instead focus on defending concealed-carry laws adopted by legislators in the months after U.S. District Court Judge Frederick J. Scullin Jr. declared the […]