Senate Dems plan bank reform procedural vote -aide

WASHINGTON, April 21 (BestGrowthStock) – Senate Democratic leaders
plan to seek a key procedural vote on financial reform
legislation on Thursday and are aiming for a final vote on
Monday, a senior Democratic aide said on Wednesday.

At the same time, leaders are awaiting the outcome of
continued negotiations over the bill toward a possible
bipartisan compromise, said the senior aide and other Senate
staffers involved in the closed-door talks.

Democratic leaders plan to call for a vote to try to block
a Republican filibuster that could prevent formal debate from
starting on the bill. Sixty votes are needed to invoke
“cloture” blocking a filibuster.

Democrats control only 59 Senate votes and would need at
least one Republican vote for cloture to proceed.
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(Reporting by Kevin Drawbaugh; Editing by Dan Grebler)

Senate Dems plan bank reform procedural vote -aide