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D.C. officials skirt residency rule with shared pied-a-terre
Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times D.C. Lottery boss Irving W. “Buddy” Roogow (left) and Department of Mental Health Director Stephen T. Baron must, by law, live in the District. And they do by sharing a rented subterranean bachelor pad in Northeast, though both own homes in Maryland, where their wives live. The city says that’s OK.