The judge said the Affordable Care Act doesn't allow the government to create "sweeping exemptions" to its contraception mandate.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told the United Nations on Friday that North Korea must stop its "threatening behavior" before talks can begin.
Both chambers are expected to vote on the bill Monday and Tuesday. Lawmakers hope to send it to President Donald Trump's desk by Christmas.
The committee is now investigating Reps. Ruben Kihuen, John Conyers, Trent Franks and Blake Farenthold.
Sen. Bob Corker and Sen. Marco Rubio opposed the bill for different reasons, but both say they've gotten on board with the plan.