The appropriately named senator has been reported thus

. The SAFE Banking Act, which was co-sponsored by one-third of the House and one-fifth of the Senate, may never advance further than the Senate Banking Committee after the committee’s chair Sen. Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) said he would not commit to granting the legislation a hearing.

“I cannot make a commitment as to whether we will take up legislation yet because we want to see how we can resolve this difference between criminal law and our financial law,”