Earlier in the day, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) asked for a quick floor fix, but Rep. Gerry ConnollyGerry ConnollyHouse Oversight grills law enforcement on facial recognition tech Overnight Cybersecurity: White House says Trump confident DOJ will hand over wiretapping evidence | Dems push for surveillance law reform DC Metro rushed into yearlong repair program, watchdog finds MORE (D-Va.) said he would reserve his right to deny the unanimous consent needed.

The Rules Committee is expected to approve a rule to fix the language in the bill, which is the same change the GOP was seeking by unanimous consent. Republicans anticipate that the rule can be approved and that the bill itself can still be passed in its corrected form by Thursday, as Republicans had originally planned.