WASHINGTON - The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has indefinitely delayed releasing its deposit insurance reform plan, which was due out next Monday.

The plan, which is expected to present a menu of options for revamping premiums and expanding coverage, has been postponed because of the absence of Chairman Donna Tanoue. Vice Chairman Andrew "Skip" Hove Jr. said at an FDIC meeting Thursday that Ms. Tanoue had flown home to Hawaii to be with her ailing father.

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