Speaker is concerned that the deal's retroactive pay would prove unworkable.
House appropriators will explore the Agriculture Department’s fiscal 2015 budget request with a rare Friday hearing.
The Senate Banking Committee on Thursday will look to start filling several holes on the Federal Reserve Board as it vets a trio of picks for the central bank.
The largely political move will almost certainly fail.
Online sales tax legislation, which has been shunted to the margins on Capitol Hill in recent months, is making a comeback on Wednesday.
The House is expected to take its next step on Tuesday to formally condemn Russia for its military action in Crimea.
The House on Thursday will vote on a bill that allows the U.S. to provide for loan guarantees to Ukraine, an effort to help aid the country that is facing military intervention by Russia.
The 2015 budget contains some postal reform proposals that have been more likely to be embraced by Republicans, like ending Saturday delivery and moving away from door-to-door delivery.
Congress will begin the process on Wednesday of picking apart and breaking down the components of the fiscal 2015 White House budget, which was released on Tuesday.
Groups on the right are expected to urge opposition in a vote planned for Tuesday.