The Senate voted Thursday evening to approve a historic financial regulatory reform bill that would make sweeping changes in how the financial system is regulated.

The 59 to 39 vote came after the Senate voted to close off debate earlier in the day, even with hundreds of amendments still pending. Some of those amendments may still be taken up when House and Senate negotiators meet to reconcile the two versions of the bill. The House passed its version last December.

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