With a new presidential administration on the horizon and his final year in office practically a given, Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Christopher Cox discussed some of his priorities for 2008, USA Today reports.

Among those are 12b-1 fees, mutual fund prospectus reform through short-form prospectuses and whether to permit shareholders to nominate directors through proxies.

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