Maybe they want to file an amicus brief on behalf of Goldman Sachs while they’re at it? All 41 Senate Republicans have signed a letter opposing financial reform. “We are united in our opposition to the partisan legislation reported by the Senate Banking Committee,” they said. However, it’s unclear whether they will actually filibuster the legislation. The Hill says that Maine Republican Susan Collins signed the letter only under the condition that it not include a pledge to filibuster and that she was the only Republican who refused to commit to a filibuster.