The House vote on H.R. 5485, a $21.7 billion financial services appropriation bill for the 2017 fiscal year, has been delayed until after July 4. The bill cuts IRS funding by approximately $236 million and puts several restrictions on the agency, including a bar on implementing the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate and a requirement to increase spending on improving customer service, fraud prevention, and cybersecurity.

The vote was delayed after Congress adjourned yesterday following Congressional Democrats’ sit-in demanding a vote on gun control legislation.