Senate Republicans have relented after a marathon filibuster by Democrats aimed at securing a vote on gun control measures.
Senator Chris Murphy, a Democrat from Connecticut, seized the floor yesterday morning and vowed to halt proceedings until Republicans agreed to a vote.
Fifteen hours later, it seems he got what he wanted. Republican leadership reportedly agreed to schedule a vote on legislation that would require background checks and ban weapon sales to people on terror watch lists.
So where do things go from here?
For answers to that Take Two spoke to John Bresnahan, Capitol bureau chief for Politico.