The Senate will not vote on any more immigration amendments this week, but will have a heavy slog beginning Monday, Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidHarry ReidThe DC bubble is strangling the DNC Dems want Sessions to recuse himself from Trump-Russia probe Ryan says Trump, GOP 'in complete sync' on ObamaCare MORE (D-Nev.) told the chamber.
Reid on Thursday also said the Senate could work on amendments to the bill next weekend, a threat the majority leader frequently makes but usually does not follow through on.
Senate leaders were working on an agreement to vote on at least four more amendments Thursday, but Reid said because of a storm approaching Washington, D.C., the Senate would continue work on those amendments next week.
He spoke after the Senate voted to table Sen. Chuck GrassleyChuck GrassleyGOP senator: Trump budget chief could face confirmation 'problems' Jeff Sessions will protect life Justice, FBI to be investigated over Clinton probes MORE's (R-Iowa) amendment, which would have required the border to be secure for six months before immigrants in the country illegally would have been provided with a pathway to citizenship.
The Senate began considering the immigration reform bill this week. Work on amendments is expected through the end of the month.