Former Louisiana Senator John Breaux now says he'll run for governor if Attorney General Charles Foti renders an opinion that Breaux meets Louisiana’s residency requirements. Breaux has no legal standing to ask for a ruling from the attorney general so a state representative is doing it for him. The Louisiana Constitution says a candidate for governor must have been a "citizen" of the state for the last five years. The question now is whether citizenship is the same as residency. Breaux, a democrat, lives in Maryland but still pays taxes on the family home in Crowley. He served 34 years in Congress, including 18 in the Senate. He's been a lobbyist since 2005.