Judge dismisses challenge to D.C. health exchange funding

Insurers objected to tax on plans not offered through D.C. Health Link.

Irv Nathan, D.C. attorney general, will step down Nov. 17

Irvin B. Nathan is last in long line of white-shoe litigators to be appointed to head the District's legal office.

At D.C. attorney general debate, Karl Racine deals sharp words to his critics

"There's somebody here who's breaking out of the pack," Karl Racine told the audience at the D.C. Bar debate.

Is the D.C. statehood bill constitutional?

There are some doubts about the legitimacy of the New Columbia Admission Act.

Eastern Market redevelopment gets court’s okay

Plan for Hine Junior High School site had been delayed for months by lawsuit.

The man who fought D.C.’s gun laws

With the help of skilled lawyers, Tom Palmer took on the city's handgun ban. Now he's on his way to beating D.C.'s carry law, too.

Lawmaker’s signs promote ‘Gun Free DC’ in wake of court ruling

D.C. Council member offers signs for businesses wishing to ban guns from their premises.

Judge: Former drug kingpin Cornell Jones owes the city more than $1 million

Cornell Jones was found to have swindled the city out of $330,000 in HIV/AIDS grants, a jury found.

D.C.’s new gun normal

City officials scramble to deal with federal judge's weekend ruling striking down carry ban.

Carry on, D.C. gun owners

In unusual weekend ruling, federal judge declares city ban on carrying of weapons is unconstitutional.

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