The proposal was to hold three votes. The first vote would be on Sen. Rand PaulRandal (Rand) Howard PaulGOP anxiety grows over Trump’s Iran decision Overnight Defense: VA nominee on the ropes | White House signals it will fight for pick | Trump talks Syria with Macron | McConnell tees up Pompeo vote Schumer to oppose Pompeo as secretary of State MORE’s (R-Ky.) bill to end foreign aid to Pakistan, Egypt and Libya. After that vote, they’d then take up S.J.Res. 41, a containment resolution against Iran. The final vote would be on H.J.Res. 117, which funds the government for another six months. The House passed spending resolution last week.

Reid objected saying he wants to also have a vote on Sen. Jon TesterJonathan (Jon) TesterDem senator: Trump's VA pick nicknamed 'candy man' for handing out prescriptions Overnight Health Care: Trump's VA pick on the ropes | White House signals it will fight for nominee | Senate panel approves opioid bill | FDA cracking down on e-cig sales to kids White House signals it will fight on for Trump VA pick MORE’s (D-Mont.) bipartisan bill, the Sportsman Act.

“We’re not going to separate the two,” Reid said. “We’re going to have the vote on the continuing resolution and then on the Sportsman Act.”

Reid said the Senate could have all of those votes tomorrow morning if Republicans agree, or if they don’t votes will be held through the weekend. He added that there shouldn’t be any reason for a fight on the sportsman bill.

Tester said his bill would open up some federal land to hunters and fishers while also supporting conservation efforts.