The House is expected to vote Thursday on a resolution "opposing hate" as Democrats try to move on from a controversy that has split the party and clouded their agenda.
Majority Leader Steny Hoyer announced the vote at a private morning meeting of House Democrats, according to a spokeswoman.
Democrats have been in knots after comments from newly elected Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., that were seen as anti-Semitic. A Muslim-American, she has been critical of Israel.
Some Democratic lawmakers wanted a resolution that rebuked the comments, but others viewed the condemnation as unfairly singling out Omar at a time when President Donald Trump and others have made disparaging racial comments.
A draft resolution was panned by many Democrats, and a new text was being prepared ahead of voting.
With guest host Libby Denkmann
Deborah Lipstadt, professor of Modern Jewish History and Holocaust Studies at Emory University; author of many books on Jewish history, including “Antisemitism: Here and Now” (Schocken, 2019) and “The Eichmann Trial and Denial: Holocaust History on Trial” (Ecco; 2016)