thehill.com — Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) offered a hint that he may support the financial reform bill when it comes to a final vote later this month.
“I’m going to be making a decision soon, but I’m liking what I see,” Brown told WHDH television station in Plymouth, Mass., on Sunday.
Democrats were forced to delay a final vote on the sweeping regulatory overhaul after Sen. Robert Byrd (D-W.Va.) died and Brown would not commit to backing the bill before the July 4 recess, leavign them short of the 60-vote threshold needed to overcome a Republican filibuster. Authors of the legislation had made a last-minute change to remove a $19 billion bank tax last week after Brown objected.
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