Below, I’ve sought to isolate a number of the key agenda items that recent history suggests could pass rather quickly in a Democratic Senate and a Republican Senate with a lowered voting threshold. (Signing these into law, of course, would require compliance from the House and the president.) The list isn’t exhaustive by any means, and many of the past votes cited below were procedural — i.e. breaking the filibuster — rather than final votes. But it’s a good indicator of where support lies.