Conservatives want a resolution saying President Obama has all the tools he needs to respond to the flood of undocumented immigrants.
McCarthy, Scalise face first big leadership test.
Chances of a swift solution to the flood of unaccompanied children across the border seem remote.
The House and Senate are now on a collision course.
The Hispanic Caucus met with Obama on Wednesday.
GOP representatives elected current Whip Kevin McCarthy to replace Eric Cantor as majority leader, and Steve Scalise to take over as whip.
But a bigger House leadership fight is just beginning.
The No. 2 House Republican will step down from his leadership position, after losing a primary for his seat on Tuesday night.
Boehner and Cantor have both avoided answering the question this week.
All Democrats voted against the bill.
Spending for this year is already set, and no one expects to enact the latest GOP proposal. But the document is a roadmap to show voters what Republicans will do if they were in charge.
But the House Budget Committee chairman's plan is more of a political rallying point than a realistic plan.
The speaker of the House hasn't made any indication he's retiring, but that hasn't prevented feuds among his would-be replacements.
There's a tome called House Practice: A Guide to the Rules, Precedents and Procedures of the House, which lends at least a fuzzy level of direction to what is forbidden.
The good news? Negotiators might be able to break longstanding gridlock. The bad news? Both parties might try to stop them.