"So, I think we're going to get this done by the end of the week, without a lot of controversy."
Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidHarry ReidMeet the rising Dem star positioned to help Clinton on gun control Reid: Congress should return 'immediately' to fight Zika Classified briefings to begin for Clinton, Trump MORE (D-Nev.) on Thursday introduced a bill extending the three authorities until June 1, 2015. That's a shorter extension than what most Republicans wanted, but it does not include new congressional oversight language that Republicans wanted to avoid.
The Senate is expected to hold a cloture vote on that bill, S. 1038, Monday evening. The House is also expected to pass a bill before the surveillance authority expires on Friday, but no bill had been made public by noon Monday.