Proponents of the terrorism insurance program mobilized a massive lobbying effort.
Sources said the Senate could vote on the measure as early as Thursday.
A vote to reauthorize the program could come as early as Wednesday.
The senator said the 114th Congress should immediately pass a Terrorism Risk Insurance Act...
Days before deadline, negotiators are clashing over terrorism insurance.
Lawmakers are racing to pass a spending bill and avoid a government shutdown.
The California governor said the program "costs taxpayers virtually nothing."
Hensarling will meet with House Republicans Wednesday to rally support for his plan.
Congress must pass a spending bill by Dec. 12 to avoid a shutdown.
The head of the Appropriations committee said it would be "impossible."
The two met Tuesday night to try and hammer out an agreement.
The potential 2016 contender will join labor groups for a briefing on "the Walmart economy"
The bill is the first to reach the president's desk from the new Congress.
The House will vote to reauthorize the federal program that expired in December.
Sen. Blumenthal vows to push for reauthorization in 2015.
The bipartisan opposition could endanger the federal insurance program.
Scalise's office says that a vote is coming as soon as Tuesday.
Boehner said he expects some Democrats to help pass the spending package.
A top Senate Dem says the upper chamber will likely have to accept the House bill.
Supporters of the program are banking Tea Party critics won’t risk a shutdown.
The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act is set to expire at year's end.
House Republicans are split on how to try and block his planned action.
House GOP is considering how to fund government while limiting immigration reform.
The progressive rock-star and possible 2016 candidate is joining leadership.