This week promises to be a busy one in Washington, with a wide range of legislation coming to the floor in the next few days. Today, the House is scheduled to consider six bills relating to our veterans, including the Veterans Opportunity to Work Act sponsored by Chairman Jeff Miller (R-FL). The House will also continue working on the EPA Regulatory Relief Act today, for which debate began last week.
Thursday, the House will to take up the Protect Life Act, authored by Representative Joseph Pitts (R-PA) and cosponsored by myself, before a Joint Session of Congress convenes for receiving the Honorable Lee Myung-bak, President of South Korea. Friday, I am scheduled to manage the rule for Congresman David McKinley's (R-WV) Coal Residuals Reuse and Management Act, of which I am also a cosponsor.
Finally, tomorrow the House is scheduled to vote on three free trade agreements, with Panama, Colombia, and South Korea.