According to a Star-Ledger report, the U.S. Attorney has launched an investigation into former state Human Services Commissioner James Davy. Federal prosecutors are looking into allegations that Davy solicited clients for his new consulting firm from his state office. The investigation now means that of the top four advisors to the Governor when James E. McGreevey took office, three have become subjects of federal probes: Chief of Staff Gary Taffet, Chief Counsel Paul Levinsohn, and now Davy. P.S. What ever happened to Roger Chugh? Still living life by the Q?