WASHINGTON — Despite recent tough talk about problems with the regulatory reform bill, Republicans are unlikely to win significant concessions as the legislation moves to the Senate floor.

By Wednesday, it appeared that Democrats had the upper hand, with one GOP member joining them in the Senate Agriculture Committee to approve a key part of reform — a bill to regulate derivatives.

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