When Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd finally unveils his regulatory reform bill next week, the first gauge of pressure points in the Senate will emerge — and a flurry of deal-cutting will commence.

It is an unusual, and perhaps risky, strategy for Dodd, who typically lines up sufficient support behind the scenes before publicly introducing legislation.

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