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Nurses Protested Working Conditions in DC; More Marches Planned

Thousands of nurses gathered in downtown Washington on May 12 to protest their current working conditions, including staff shortage.

DC AG Announces Recovering Money From Trump Organization 

DC Attorney General Karl Racine said his office clawed back $750,000 from the Trump Organization and the Trump Inaugural Committee.

DC Issues Strategic Plan for Reduction of Gun Violence 

Washington DC released a strategic plan in response to a spike in gun violence around the city over the past few years.

New DC Program Pairs People at Risk of Gun Violence to Support Teams

DC is connecting around 200 residents identified as most at risk of being involved in violent crime with support teams led by cabinet members.

Protest Policing Policies to Change After Trump’s Lafayette Crackdown

DOJ said policies governing demonstrations will be updated after the US Park Police (USPP) and the US Secret Service (USSS) agreed to do so.

Vaccination of Kids Without Parents’ Consent in DC Blocked by Judge

A federal judge has temporarily banned DC from enforcing a law that permits minors to get vaccinated without parental consent.

Bowser Hails Biden’s Nomination of Ketanji Jackson to Supreme Court

DC Mayor Bowser celebrated Biden's nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as the first Black woman on the Supreme Court of the US.

DC’s Lawsuit Against Trump Committee Goes to Trial in September 

DC Attorney General Karl Racine said his lawsuit against former President Donald Trump’s inaugural committee will go to trial this September.