With financial services reform and other major banking bills on their deathbed, lobbyists and lawmakers are making last-ditch efforts to get pet provisions attached to must-pass legislation.

Their prized target-the catchall spending bill that Congress will approve this week to keep the government from shutting down-is reserved for high priorities and noncontroversial items. Congress could vote on that bill and adjourn as early as today.

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