This week, the House is expected to consider six bills, ranging from environmental protection to healthcare reform.

Legislation under consideration this week includes:

H.R. 724: eliminates the requirement that automobile dealers provide buyers of new light-duty vehicles with a certificate stating that the vehicle conforms to federal emissions standards and of the purchaser's right to have the manufacturer fix the vehicle if it does not comply with those standards.

Poison Center Network Act (H.R. 3527): reauthorizes the national toll-free number, national media campaign, and grant program for poison control centers through Fiscal Year 2019 at current funding levels.

H.R. 3628: eliminates, consolidates, or modifies 27 congressionally mandated reports dealing with federal transportation and infrastructure issues and requires that 11 reports be provided electronically rather than in paper format. Many of these reports are for projects that have already been completed, or which have been recommended for elimination by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).

H.R. 2279: expands the role of states in the Superfund hazardous-waste cleanup program, allowing states to add potential cleanup sites to the National Priorities List and requiring state approval for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to add sites to the priority list.

H.R. 3362: requires the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to report weekly on health insurance enrollments through and on other detailed consumer interactions with the website, and to detail any and all problems that occur with the website.

H.R. __: requires the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to notify with two days individuals of any security breach of health care exchange system information that results in personally identifiable information of the individual being stolen or unlawfully accessed.