The disgraced former governor is set to speak at the Edmond J. Safra Foundation Center for Ethics at Harvard, on the topic of the government's participation in the market. Sure, it's not a lecture on professional or legal ethics, but you know you're on iffy ground when the madam who sold you prostitutes thinks you're going a little too far. [NYDN]
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