Regulatory reform survived its last significant hurdle Thursday with the Senate moving to block further changes and hold a final vote on the bill.
Lawmakers voted for cloture with the help of three key Republicans, meaning the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act must now clear a simple majority to pass the Senate.
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