Government ministers will be back in the Dáil today following a two week Easter break.
It is expected that the returning ministers will have a number of key issues including housing and farming to address upon their return.
The return of almost all ministers today will see new proposals being brought forward to address the current homeless and fodder crisis in recent weeks.
Under the new proposals the housing minister Eoghan Murphy, will look to introduce new legislation that will stop landlords increasing rent prices by my more than 4% in pressure zones.
Meanwhile Fianna Fáil will look to provide funding to farmers in order to assist the importation of fodder.
The opposition party will also submit a request for a hardship fund to be setup in order to help farmers who have been badly affected by the recent fodder crisis.