House Republicans will hold a conference call for all of their members on Saturday, ahead of an action-filled week back in Washington.
House GOP aides said no particular topic has been set for the call, which is not out of the ordinary to conduct after a two-week recess.
It could be a chance for the Republican conference to discuss efforts to revive its ObamaCare replacement bill, as well as a spending bill that must be passed ahead of an April 28 deadline to fund the government.
Some lawmakers have floated the possibility that the House could vote on an ObamaCare replacement bill as soon as next week, but that would be a tall task. Republicans still do not have a deal to pick up the needed votes after the high-profile failure of the bill last month.
Still, talks are continuing.
Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), chairman of the conservative Freedom Caucus, and Rep. Tom MacArthur (R-N.J.), co-chairman of the centrist Tuesday Group, said they had spoken with Vice President Mike PenceMichael (Mike) Richard PenceBiden leading Trump, DeSantis by similar margins in new poll Best path to Jan. 6 accountability: A civil suit against Trump Biden trails generic Republican in new poll, would face tight race against Trump MORE and the office of Speaker Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanHow Kevin McCarthy sold his soul to Donald Trump On The Trail: Retirements offer window into House Democratic mood Stopping the next insurrection MORE (R-Wis.) over the break.
The most pressing deadline is to fund the government before April 28. Some lawmakers have floated the possibility that a short-term measure might be needed avoid hitting that deadline.
While some lawmakers have expressed hope for a smooth, drama-free process, a range of issues could throw sand in the gears. Those vary from funding for a border wall or other immigration issues, to ObamaCare payments to insurers that Democrats are insisting be included.