A resolution from Rep. Peters (D-Calif.) would require a floor vote within two months of committee approval.
Congress typically is only in session four days a week.
The bill creates a five-year pilot program for providing food to students eligible for free or reduced lunch during the week when school is out.
For these Republicans, the fight with Obama isn't over.
The Administration Committee will look at regulations on member spending.
Rep. Whitfield allegedly helped his wife lobby Congress on behalf of the Humane Society.
The bipartisan measure would give students on free or reduced lunch greater access to meals during the summer.
The bill would apply to detainees released after Feb. 1 of this year.
Only a small group in the House opposed the $200 billion legislation.
Schock delivered his farewell and also broke House rules, posing for a floor pic.