UPDATE: The House approved the legislation 231-192, with only two Republicans opposing and two Democrats joining Republicans to pass it. The bill now goes to the Senate, which is not expected to convene until Monday.
Bowing to the wishes of conservatives, Speaker John Boehner and the House GOP leadership team have decided to propose a bill to fund the government that would include a one-year delay of Obamacare, increasing the likelihood of a government shutdown.
The legislation, which could pass today, would also permanently repeal an unpopular medical device tax used to help fund the law.
With the Senate unlikely to pass the measure and Obama certain to veto it, the bill would lead to a government shutdown if nothing else is done. But lawmakers have until Monday night, when funding runs out, to figure something out.
Republicans are expected to unite behind the bill.