Financial reform hasn't yet passed the Senate, and Democrats are taking the opportunity of its pending approval to hit Republican candidates on it. It's no secret that most Republicans oppose the bill--as it stands, Scott Brown is the only one expected to vote for it--but the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is advertising Republican Senate candidates' opposition. A new website details which candidates oppose the bill and which ones haven't said conclusively, one way or the other, how they'd vote. The DSCC, apparently, is banking on financial reform being popular enough to campaign on.

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