Monthly Archives: June 2013

Event: So You Want to Be D.C.’s Attorney General?

Join us in the UDC David A. Clarke School of Law Moot Court room for a vigorous panel discussion on the role and responsibility of the D.C. Attorney General, and learn more about the importance of this office that the citizens of the District will be electing for the first […]

Recognizing DC Appleseed’s Good Work

On Tuesday evening, the D.C. Bar presented me with the William J. Brennan Jr. Award for service in the public interest. The award is a testament to the partnership among DC Appleseed, our pro bono partners, and our supporters. This partnership has addressed and made real progress on some of […]

Advancing D.C. Democracy: The 2013 DC Appleseed Awards Reception

Thursday, June 13 • 6 pm Reception • 7:15 pm Program The Whittemore House, 1526 New Hampshire Avenue NW, Washington, DC The panel discussion will focus on the prospects and strategy for advancing DC democracy, including budget autonomy.   Panelists: Former Mayor Anthony Williams, Former Congressman Tom Davis (R-VA), and […]

Walter’s Corner: Making Healthcare Reform Work in the District

Tomorrow, the D.C. Council has the opportunity to make the District of Columbia a national leader in making health insurance accessible and affordable to all its residents.   Mayor Vincent C. Gray and the D.C. Health Benefit Exchange Authority have proposed legislation setting up the District’s Exchange, as required by […]