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Commanders sued by DC for cheating fans out of ticket money

Washington Commanders helmets
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Washington Commanders helmets sit on the field during practice at the team's NFL football training facility, Monday, Aug. 1, 2022 in Ashburn, Va. The congressional investigation of the NFL's Washington Commanders will end when Republicans take over early next year. U.S. House Committee for Oversight and Reform ranking Republican Rep. James Comer issued a statement Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022, saying simply, ‘It’s over."

The Washington Commanders have been sued again by the District of Columbia.

D.C. Attorney General Karl A. Racine announced the filing of a lawsuit in civil court against the NFL team for cheating fans who were season-ticket holders out of money.

It's the second civil suit filed by Racine's office in the past week after initially accusing the Commanders, owner Dan Snyder, Commissioner Roger Goodell and the league of colluding to deceive fans about an investigation into the team's workplace culture.

The latest lawsuit comes on the heels of the ranking Republican on the House Oversight Committee saying its investigation will end early next year.

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