It would keep "a majority of Senators on or near the Senate floor" in event of a shutdown.
“My view is that the Republican caucus will have to make its own decisions,” Van Hollen said.
Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.) hopes to bridge the gaps between labor, lawmakers and business.
Republicans said the measures would give taxpayers predictability.
The move allows for faster consideration of a spending bill.
The highway bill, pushed through by Sen. Mitch McConnell, has about $47 billion worth of offsets.
Homebuilders say they are confident that consumers are returning to the market.
Pelosi said the Republicans' goal is to shut down the government.
DOT officials said recently transportation funding would last until June 2016.
For American agriculture, the hits from the Chinese government have just kept on coming.
GOP objections torpedoed a bill giving the IRS more authority over tax preparers.
Two House Democrats blasted a spending package from the Republican Study Committee.
"The stakes are just too high to take even a day off," Rep. Bustos said.
The new rules will make it easier for U.S. businesses to have a presence on Cuba.
The centrist senator wants distance from at-all-costs efforts to defund Planned Parenthood.
“To me, that’s Congress’s job,” Janet Yellen said of avoiding a shutdown.
The Federal Reserve opted against a much-anticipated rate hike Thursday.
The Nevada Democrat wants the Republican leader to start the process on Thursday.
The transit tax benefit was cut from $245 to $130 last year.
Leadership presented members with data showing GOP would be blamed for shutdown.
Applications for unemployment benefits dropped 11,000 last week.
The Culinary Workers Union is the most powerful labor organization in Nevada.
The Ex-Im debate has sharply split Republicans, putting Boehner in a bind.
The bank's charter expired earlier this year.