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Today Senate Democrats ended the filibuster for all presidential nominees except for the Supreme Court. While the “Reid Rule” does not apply to legislation, Ezra Klein explains why even that may be temporary, among nine reasons this is a Very Big Deal. Greg Sargent adds another reason: the reform may make it easier to rein in Wall Street. Only three Senate Democrats opposed the change and, while some Republicans are outraged, the GOP proposed this in 2005. Will today’s reform end minority rule in the Senate?