House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) said Friday that the House will consider a Republican bill this March to eliminate incentives in ObamaCare that lead people to work just 30 hours a week.

The Affordable Care Act’s definition of full-time as a 30-hour workweek is the top item in a letter Cantor wrote to House Republicans outlining the caucus’s near-term legislative agenda.

The majority leader encouraged members to compile personal testimonies from people in their districts who have been negatively affected by the law so the party could highlight these stories in the coming weeks.