Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA), who said last week that he wouldn't decide on the financial reform bill until after the Independence Day recess, told
WHDH news yesterday that 'I'm going to be making a decision soon, but I'm liking what I see.'
Brown, who was among the Republicans who precipitated the reopening of the conference committee last week, opposed a $19 billion bank tax included in the bill. But even after Democrats made changes to appease him, Brown continued to maintain that he was undecided on the bill.
(h/t The Hill)