Washington (CNNMoney.com) - Democrats say they want this to be the week that they wrap up changes to the Wall Street reform bill that aims to stop bailouts, shine a light on complex financial products and strengthen consumer protection.
But they need Republicans to help them. And while there has been some GOP support, it isn't coming fast enough for the Dems' taste.
Nobody knows for sure exactly when the Senate will vote on the final overhaul that's been more than a year in the making. But veteran lobbyists for banks and consumer groups believe that the vote will take place by the end of next week.