FinReg headed to the Senate floor
Weird news out of FinReg yesterday, as a party-line vote in the Senate Banking Committee sent Chris Dodd's bill to the Senate floor after 21 minutes of consideration and no changes. Republicans are saving their amendments for later, and so, I guess, are Democrats. Dodd and Shelby continue negotiating in the hopes that they can come up with a package of amendments that will transform the bill into something both sides can support. This is pretty unusual, though.
March 23, 2010; 8:53 AM ET
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