Financial Reform Bill - House and Senate conferees will formally meet on Thursday to work on the compromise language between the financial reform bill passed by each. But POLITICO reports that work on final language is already well under way, with ferocious lobbying and electoral politics both playing a role in the process. They report that players on all sides of the contentious debate over the biggest piece of financial regulatory reform since the Great Depression are fully engaged in a fierce final round of lobbying and negotiation before a final bill is sent to President Obama, which is expected by the end of the month. Republican conferees are scheduled to meet on Tuesday to coordinate their plans to revise the bills. One senior Democratic conferee has other problems to consider as, Sen. Lincoln (D-Ark) enlists the support of former president Clinton to help in her tight battle in a primary run-off. Senator Lincoln is the author of controversial language that could force Wall Street banks to spin off lucrative derivatives trading operations, and the prospects of that provision remaining will demand on Tuesdays run-off.