This week, the House will consider 24 bills, ranging from energy to labor laws.

Legislation under consideration this week includes:

H.R. 1237: directs the Department of Agriculture to convey 100 acres of federal land within the Shasta-Trinity National forest to the Trinity Public Utilities District in exchange for 200 acres of the district’s land in return.

H.R. 4484: directs the Department of Agriculture to convey 80 acres of federal land in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest in Utah to Brigham Young University.

H.R. 2467: declares approximately 40 acres of federal land in Mono County, California, to be held in trust for the benefit of the Bridgeport Indian Colony.

H.R. 2362: allows up to six tribes to lease trust lands to outside parties, such as private businesses, without prior approval by the Interior Department.

H.R. 3388: directs the National Park Service to study roughly 86 miles of the Beaver, Chipuxet, Queen, Wood and Pawcatuck rivers in Connecticut and Rhode Island for potential addition to the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System.

H.R. 5958: names the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Rejuge Visitor Contact Station of the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge unit of Gateway National Recreation Area in honor of James L. Buckley.

H.R. 4400: names the Salt Pond Visitor Center at Cape Cod National Seashore the “Thomas P. O’Neill, Jr. Salt Pond Visitor Center.”

H.R. 5859: repeals a provision in title 49 of the United States Code that requires car dealers to give prospective buyers information from the Department of Transportation comparing insurance costs of different car models.

S. 1335: establishes new procedures that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) must follow when considering whether to deny, suspend or revoke a general aviation pilot’s airmen’s certificate and creates an appeals process pilots may pursue if the FAA takes action against them.

H.R. 4347: names the United States courthouse located at 709 West 9th Street in Juneau, Alaska, as the “Robert Boochever United States Courthouse.”

H.R. 3356: names the United States courthouse in Buffalo, New York, as the “Robert H. Jackson United States Courthouse.”

H.R. 3742: names the United States courthouse located at 100 North Church Street in Las Cruces, New Mexico, as the “Edwin L. Mechem United States Courthouse.”

S. 2039: directs the Federal Emergency Management Agency to approve construction of a flood risk-reduction levee on North Dakota land previously restricted to open-space use only.

H.R. 3870: names the United States Post Office located at 6083 Highway 36 West in Rose Bud, Arkansas, as the “Nicky ‘Nick’ Daniel Bacon Post Office.”

H.R. 5788: names the United States Post Office located at 103 Center Street West in Eatonville, Washington, as the “National Park Ranger Margaret Anderson Post Office.”

H.R. 3593: names the United States Post Office located at 787 State Route 17M in Monroe, New York, as the “National Clandestine Service of the Center Intelligence Agency NCS Officer Gregg David Wenzel Memorial Post Office.”

H.R. 3477: names the United States Post Office located at 133 Hare Road in Crosby, Texas, as the “Army First Sergeant David McNerney Post Office Building.”

H.R. 2896: names the United States Post Office located at 369 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Jersey City, New Jersey, as the “Judge Shirley A. Tolentino Post Office Building.”

H.R. 1369: names the United States Post Office located at 1021 Pennsylvania Avenue in Hartshorne, Oklahoma, as the “Warren Lindley Post Office.”

H.R. 459: requires the Government Accountability Office to conduct an audit of all activities of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Reserve banks and report its findings to Congress. It also requires the GAO to audit the Federal Reserve System’s review of the loan files of homeowners who were in foreclosure in 2009 or 2010.

H.R. 4157: prohibits the Department of Labor from issuing a new rule substantially similar to the 2011 proposed rule that prohibited children under 15 years old from operating most power-driven farming equipment.

H.R. 5986: amends the African Growth and Opportunity Act to extend the third-country fabric program through 2015 and add South Sudan to the list of countries eligible for tariff exemptions under the Act.

H.R. 6082: replaces the Department of the Interior’s current five-year offshore leasing plan and makes 29 offshore leases available for sale, up from the current 15.

H.R. 4078: imposes a moratorium on federal rule making, bans “midnight rules” and includes numerous provisions to reduce the federal regulatory process, including reviews on environmental impacts, by setting deadlines on agency reviews. Also requires the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to conduct cost-benefit analyses of all new regulatory proposals.