SEC Chairman Christopher Cox found at least one politically-charged case heading his way with just barely a couple of months on the job under his belt.
With former Senate majority leader Bill Frist under investigation for insider trading and former House majority leader Tom DeLay facing a number of indictments over his uses of campaign funds in Texas, the SEC is already working to stay clear of playing politics.
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