Home legislators approved a budget and debt agreement that President Trump had approved, although most Republicans voted against the package.
While not financing the government, the measure will prevent another government closure by allowing the Treasury to freely pay the government's bill and reinforce the latest budget profits for military and domestic programs.
The measure will cover two important items in the Washington agenda: an increase in the debt limit until 2021, thus preventing US payments from being met and setting general spending limits to prevent automatic cuts of $ 125 billion in military and domestic programs
The measure passed with 284-149 votes, with predominantly "yes" votes coming from Democrats. In total, 219 Democrats voted yes, 65 Republicans voted yes, 132 Republicans voted no, and 16 Democrats voted 'no'.
"We are glad that the increase in the non-defense budget actually exceeds defense parity by $ 10 billion over the next two years," said Nancy Pelosi, President of the Parliament, Mr California, along with the Minister of Finance Stephen Munchin. The chief architect of the measure is
"And we are pleased to be able to say that we have secured an increase of over $ 100 billion in the budget for internal priorities since the president took office," she added. "House Republicans have to support a TWO YEAR BUDGET AGREEMENT that greatly helps our Military and our vets," said Trump earlier on Thursday. "I am completely with you!"
Other MEP MPs rated the bill as imperfect but a necessary result of the divided balance of power in Washington.
"The alternatives are very, very bad," said Kay Granger of Texas, the highest republican in the Committee on Budgets.
The Chamber separately defeated the efforts of Representative Thomas Massey, R-Ky. change the title of the legislation from the "Bill on Bipartite Budget" to "The Law of Release on the Road", 384-47.
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Legislation is expected to be sent to the Senate for approval before being sent to President Trump's office. Senate Majority Major Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., Said the Senate would consider the plan next week.
Fox News – Chad Pergram and Associated Press contributed to this report.