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D.C. labor board leader resigns over residency requirement

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The head of the D.C. board tasked with resolving labor disputes resigned last week after allegations surfaced that he did not reside in the District as required by city law. On April 30, Ondray T. Harris -- a lawyer who was then serving as executive director of the Public Employee Relations Board -- informed the board that he lived in Virginia. District law requires that the board's...