Earlier in the week, we reported on Sen. Maria Cantwell's list of amendments to the Finance Committee's big deal health care reform bill. (Cantwell is on Montana Democrat Sen. Max Baucus' suddenly-famous committee.)

One of her amendments (Classic Cantwell, a wonked out, yet altogether populist piece of corporate accountability that will regulate pharmaceutical industry profiteering) was accepted by the committee this morning. (It was a voice vote, so I don't have a count.)

The committee is adjourned for today. They will reconvene on Tuesday to (maybe) take up the public option, which Cantwell and committee colleague Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) are pushing with an amendment they've co-sponsored.