According to Nextgov.com, the House of Representatives has passed legislation amending the FOIA. The Senate has no similar bill yet introduced.
If there is a bill introduced in the Senate, it would be nice to have some temporal limitations to Exemptions - such as a time limit on how long Exemption 5 material could be withheld (currently this material can be withheld forever). I'd also like to see some tweaks to the attorney fees provisions of the bill - this was amended a few years ago, but some settlements may not occur up because the money comes from the agencies and if they have no funds in their budgets to pay the fees they are forced to litigate even when they believe they should settle the case (and subject themselves to more fees down the road). I'd love to hear other ideas the Senate should add to the legislation.