BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana Attorney General Charles Foti has decided against issuing a ruling on whether former U.S. Sen. John Breaux can run for governor.Two state lawmakers asked Foti to weigh in on whether Breaux, a resident of Maryland, can legally run. Foti issued a statement Friday saying the issue should be decided in the courts."I must refrain from rendering an opinion on the ultimate issue of whether Mr. Breaux meets the qualifications to become a candidate in the governor's race," Foti said.
Since there are no comments I am going to assume the bloggers are bored...still think this is one heck of political story.