Update: As you were - VOTE ON FEDERAL SPENDING BILL POSTPONED, STILL PLANNED FOR THIS AFTERNOON
As is widely known by now, in a largely token vote, since it has the blessing of the White House, in a few moments the House will vote on H.R. 83, the bill containing $1.1 trillion in appropriations to fund the government through 2015, aka the "Cromnibus". As noted previously, among the provisions in the bill is Citi-directed watering down of Dodd-Frank by way of a Swap "push-out" provision, which as we explained over the weekend, would put taxpayers on the hook for derivative losses as it "would allow financial institutions to trade certain financial derivatives from subsidiaries that are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. — potentially putting taxpayers on the hook for losses caused by the risky contracts." Those wishing to follow who votes for and against the Spending Bill may do so on C-Span after the jump.