This is a plain power grab by the legislative branch over the executive. Congress passes legislation; executive agencies makes/enforces regulations based on those laws. Allowing Congress to make an end run around executive agencies by directly controlling or interfering with executive actions gives them too much control and ability to perform partisan cherry picking. If Congress doesn't like what an agency is doing, they can pass/repeal appropriate laws to limit their power, not directly interfere with executive functions. This lack of basic respect for the separation and checks and balances between branches is dangerous.