by Jeff Sovern
It sounds like the House will vote on, and presumably pass, the Senate bill as is. In return, the Senate will take up certain as-yet-unidentified House bills that passed by a margin of at least two-thirds, meaning that at least some Democrats voted for them. It's not clear, but it looks like the CFPB structure will be unaffected, though the Senate bill is a net negative for consumers. The Hill has a report here.