Changes to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform bill are the toughest for Dems to swallow.
A stopgap funding bill will be released Tuesday afternoon, Rep. Hal Rogers (R-Ky.) said.
The House voted Wednesday to advance a $1 trillion bill funding the government.
Most Republican members appeared receptive to the bill.
A short-term CR seems inevitable, according to Rep. Rogers.
The two- or three-day measure would buy time for Congress to move a broader bill.
"I'm interested to see what kind of ideas my colleagues have," he said.
The continuing resolution would keep the government running through Saturday.
The $1.012 trillion bill covers the entire discretionary budget and takes up 1,582 pages.