The 2016 GOP candidate said she would oppose Obama's trade agenda until she sees details.
The Transportation Department says its Highway Trust Fund will dip below critical levels in July.
That's more than triple the budget office's last estimate in 2012.
She said she would not support fast-track unless it came with Trade Adjustment Assistance.
The measure calls for spending approximately $1.65 billion annually on Amtrak.
"I’m committed to working to get us as close to that goal as possible," he said.
The bill, which allocates $1.18 billion less than President Obama requested, passed in a 26-4 vote.
The bill goes directly after Obama's environmental agenda.
"We highly regard his leadership," Pelosi said.
The House is on track to vote again on trade later Thursday.
The flat tax would "turbocharge" the economy, the GOP contender says.
Obama administration officials are seeking advice nationwide on who to choose.
Opponents of fast-track "took it as really big news" that Hillary would vote against the bill
Rep. Salmon argued that the EPA's research duplicates work done by the Energy Department.
Microsoft and the IRS are locked in a court battle over an audit.
He said lawmakers will need "a little faith" to get fast-track and TAA cleared through Congress.
The agency hopes the program only expands in popularity.
Progressives including Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass) are pressing New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D)...
The Export-Import Bank's charter expires June 30.
"I don’t think I’ve learned anything from it," the Speaker said.
Democrats say they will block the Senate from taking up spending measures.
The Speaker raised his rhetoric before a Senate budget showdown.
Top Democrats say they want to find a "fair, reasonable and responsible path forward."
Supporters say the bills will help the digital economy.