Major law firms will probably have to wait through one or two half-life cycles of scandal decay, at least, before they would be willing to offer the governor a job. But what about his close pal and adviser Lloyd Constantine's firm, Constantine Cannon? As those involved in the great credit-card issuance antitrust case could undoubtedly vouch, that firm's probably got the resources to make him a suitable offer.
"Radioactive in this environment"
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