Although an effort to reach a bipartisan deal on regulatory reform failed Wednesday, Republicans and Democrats unanimously agreed to allow debate to move forward on the Senate floor.

The move is a tectonic shift from the past few days, when the bill appeared stuck in a version of "Groundhog Day," with Republicans voting three times to block debate from starting.

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