Mr. DURBIN. Madam President, I see one of my colleagues on the Senate floor, so I am going to yield. And I say to my colleagues, I am hoping this amendment comes up this afternoon. I will take less time to describe it then, but I wanted to use this time to put my full statement in the Record. I will just say to my colleagues that there won't be another amendment that we will consider this week or in the near future of such importance to small businesses across America. Let's stand up for these small businesses and give them a fighting chance against giants in the credit card industry. It is only fair, and it is a good way to revive this economy and put people back to work.
Madam President, I yield the floor, and I suggest the absence of a quorum.