From The National Journal:

A House subcommittee on Thursday moved legislation meant to extend the life of the Homeland Security Department’s chemical-security program that — for the first time in years — appears to have the support of both House committees with jurisdiction over the issue. Numerous efforts by the House Homeland Security Committee to pass legislation providing long-term authorization for DHS chemical-facility antiterrorism standards in recent years have failed, largely due to disagreements with the House Energy and Commerce Committee, which also oversees the matter.