Peter Nickles is in tour-guide mode. The District of Columbia attorney general stalks around his office, grabbing pieces of paper from the neat piles studding the room.

He lifts one sheet. It’s a list, broken down into 29 distinct categories, of civil litigation issues facing the city. He snaps up an agenda for the general counsel for D.C. agencies. “It’s a lot of items,” Nickles says.

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