The Senate voted 65-32 to pass $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill, what is a government shutdown on Friday night.
To pass In a vote shortly after midnight on Friday, the Senate’s $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill agreed to avert a government shutdown, while paving the way for the coming fight before the midterm elections.
The house version approved on Thursday in a bipartisan record of 256-167. The Senate with his bill 65-32.
The sweeping deal, the financing of the government through September, increasing the military and domestic programs, and the provision of Federal funds across the country, but exceeds the budget caps-add $1 trillion to the national debt.
The bill is now the head of President Donald Trump’s Desk for his signature or veto.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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