Spitzer Resigns After Prostitution Scandal

New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, the former New York State attorney general who was instrumental in waging war against Wall Street corruption and the mutual fund industry's after-hours trading and market-timing activities, resigned his post effective March 17, after a highly publicized scandal last week that linked him to a prostitution ring.

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