Reid says there’s a potential for a real headache on Congress’ to-do list. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)
The uncertainty about the House’s approach to voting on the Iran nuclear deal is prompting warnings about the rest of the legislative branch’s lengthy to-do list this fall.
“The House is again in disarray over there,” said Senate Minority Leader Reid, D-Nev., referring to the unexpected House Republican debate Tuesday on how the chamber would go forward on disapproving of the international agreement regarding Iran’s nuclear development. GOP disagreements stalled a vote on the House rule scheduled for Tuesday afternoon and headed to a hastily arranged conference meeting to hash out differences.
“They better start considering how they’re going to fund the government. They can’t just jam us with something because it just won’t work,” Reid said.