The House is in a 9 a.m. to debate and pass one bill aimed at improving the annual budget process, or what's left of it.
Members will consider H.R. 1874, the Pro-Growth Budgeting Act, which would require the Congressional Budget Office to assess the macroeconomic impact of major legislation.
Members today will start by debating and passing a rule for all three bills. Then, they will debate H.R. 1874, consider up to five amendments, vote and go home.
The Senate has already done that last thing — senators on Thursday got a step closer to passing an unemployment insurance bill, but will finish that up on Monday.