Prof. Cox Quoted in American Banker and MinnPost

Professor Prentiss Cox was quoted in an American Banker article about the recent freeze imposed on the collection of personal level data by Mick Mulvaney, new acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Cox stated the freeze appeared to be a thinly veiled attempt to stop fraud enforcement.  

Professor Cox was also quoted in a story in MinnPost about the race for Minnesota Attorney General. Cox provided context about the broad powers of the attorney general under state law.