[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/POLITICS/02/06/stimulus/art.collins.interview.cnn.jpg caption="Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, right, is one of the senators responsible for Friday's compromise plan."]
After a long day of negotiations behind closed doors and intense public debate, the Senate has revamped the stimulus plan and could put it to a vote sometime this weekend. We'll have all the late breaking details from Capitol Hill.
The price tag has dropped to $780 billion, down from $900 billion. We'll break down the changes for you tonight.
The big question: Do the Dems have at least two Republicans on board to get this bill passed? The Democrats now hold 58 seats in the Senate and need 60 votes to win passage.
Senator Ed Kennedy has been absent from Capitol Hill due to his health problems. There's talk of him coming back just to vote on the stimulus bill.
What do you think of that maneuver?
We also have new details on the mother of the octuplets. We learned today that the California Medical Board is investigating her fertility doctor. Were medical standards violated?
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