By Vicki Needham - 05/19/10 05:29 PM EDT
There will be 30 hours of debate to go through the remaining amendments if 60 Senators vote to end debate at 2 p.m.
On Tuesday, Nelson said he was undecided on how he would vote on cloture. Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidHarry ReidKoch network hits Clinton for the first time The Trail 2016: Focus on the Foundation Dear Cory Booker: How's that 'Camden Rising' thing working out? MORE (D-Nev.) told reporters Tuesday afternoon he was confident he had the votes, including several from Republicans, to end debate on the financial regulatory reform bill.
"I don't want the American people, and Nebraskans I represent, to ever again have to bail out banks as a result of irresponsible and greedy actions on Wall Street," Nelson said.