Geithner, Biden hit the road to talk Wall Street reform

In a continued effort to push for Wall Street reform, Vice President Joe Biden and Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner will head to Milwaukee, Wis. on Tuesday.

As the Senate's financial regulatory reform bill hits the floor next week, Biden and Geithner will hold a Middle Class Task Force meeting at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business, the White House announced Friday. 

The Senate is scheduled to take its first vote Monday on a reform plan designed to provide greater protections for taxpayers when companies fail, end bailouts and the too-big-to-fail mentality while limiting the risk-taking of banks. 

The Senate Banking and Housing and Urban Development Committee staff is expected to work through the weekend on a bipartisan compromise on the legislation.