The House starts at 9 a.m., and will immediately start debating a bill requiring the Obama administration to notify people if personal data entered into the ObamaCare website becomes compromised.

Members will consider H.R. 3811, the Health Exchange Security and Transparency Act.

The House approved a rule for this bill on Thursday, which does not allow any amendments to be considered. As a result, members will debate the bill, pass it, and be done for the week with legislation.

The House was originally set to consider another ObamaCare bill Friday — H.R. 3362, which would require weekly updates on ObamaCare enrollments and problems with the website. Late Thursday, a GOP aide said that bill will be on the floor next week.

On Thursday, the Obama administration said it opposes both bills, although it stopped short of saying President Obama would veto the bills.

The Senate is out today, after a messy Thursday in which it became clear that passing an extension of emergency unemployment benefits may be very difficult.

The fight in the Senate centers on whether and how to pay for the extension. Democrats don't favor paying for it, but say if one is needed to win the support of Republicans, a one-year bill should be approved.

Late Thursday, Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidHarry Mason ReidGOP poised to advance rules change to speed up Trump nominees Dems walk tightrope on Pompeo nomination The Memo: Teens rankle the right with gun activism MORE (D-Nev.) put forward a proposal to pay for it by extending the sequester. Republicans instantly complained they were shut out of the process, and Democrats blocked attempts to allow GOP amendments to the bill.

By next week, senators will have to decide whether to push Reid's idea, a short-term extension, or some other new idea that hasn't evolved yet.