The House will consider more legislation to enhance law enforcement efforts against human trafficking, while the Senate may try again on Keystone.
Six more bills are on tap for consideration on Tuesday.
Kristina Wong 01/26/15 02:54 PM EST
A new resolution calls for nuclear talks to conclude first.
A border security bill has also been dropped from the schedule due to the shortened workweek.
Rep. Ted Poe (R-Texas) said President Obama's threat during his State of the Union address to veto any legislation imposing more sanctions on Iran was counterproductive.
The lawmakers have criticized the Republican Study Committee as too cozy with leadership.
The House will consider legislation to fight human trafficking, while the Senate will pick up where it left off on Keystone.
House eyes a border security bill while Senate works toward a final Keystone vote.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee will convene a hearing next Tuesday on the status of the Iran nuclear negotiations.