The White House "strongly opposes" legislation slated for House approval Friday.
The House on Thursday evening approved a rule allowing for consideration of a bill aimed at further reducing unfunded mandates on states from the federal government.
The ALERRT Act is the GOP's latest attempt to limit the impact of federal rules.
The legislation would ban companies from marketing to children.
Americans for Responsible Solutions calls the Georgia measure "the most extreme gun bill in America."
The House is expected to vote on a package of GOP-backed bills this week.
Legislation aimed at letting people use their cell phones with any mobile carrier they wish was narrowly approved by the House today, after several Democrats opposed the bill due to a last minute change in the text.
The House voted to stop the IRS from asking intrusive political questions.
He said state officials are not obligated to defend discriminatory statutes.
The bill would delay pending IRS regulations aimed at limiting groups' political activities.