If you were expecting to see Rep. Barney Frank hitting K Street after he retires from the House, think again.
My colleague Stacy Kaper reports that the Massachusetts Democrat won't be taking a lobbying job come January, writing that he "plans to remain involved in public policy and politics through lectures, teaching, and commentary after his term expires."
In a statement, Frank said his post-House plans also include writing at least one book and appearing "as a commentator on various media outlets--subject, of course, to anybody inviting me."
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