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D.C. police issued bulletins to officers and residents Monday explaining that they no longer would arrest people for carrying legally registered handguns outside their homes.
A D.C. jury found that a nonprofit group and its director misappropriated more than $300,000 from the city's HIV/AIDS program for renovations on a proposed job-training center that instead was used to open a strip club.
An initiative that would legalize possession and home cultivation of small amounts of marijuana in the District can be included on the November ballot, as long as supporters can collect the approximately 25,000 signatures required for it to qualify.
D.C. marijuana advocates defended their proposed ballot initiative before the D.C. Board of Elections Tuesday, disputing an opinion from the city's top lawyer that said legalizing possession of small amounts of the drug would violate federal law governing public housing facilities.
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A proposed initiative to legalize possession of marijuana in the District should not be allowed on the November ballot because it violates federal law, the city's attorney general wrote in an opinion issued to the Board of Elections.
A local gasoline station magnate who has faced criticism for high prices at his pumps says he plans to fight a lawsuit filed against his companies by the District's attorney general.
The District's attorney general took issue Thursday with a bill that would redefine the way the police department seizes cars related to certain crimes, holds them and sells them for profit.
It's already established that the District's first election for an attorney general will take place in 2014, but what isn't certain is the amount of power the new elected official will have.