(Fox News) In a vote just after midnight Friday, the Senate voted to pass a $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill, averting a government shutdown while paving the way for the next funding fight ahead of the midterm elections.

The House had approved its version Thursday in a bipartisan tally of 256-167. The Senate passed its bill 65-32.

The sweeping deal, which will fund the government until September, increases military and domestic programs, delivering federal funds throughout the country, but exceeds budget caps — adding about a $1 trillion to the national debt.

The bill will now head to President Donald Trump’s desk for his signature or veto.

The Associated Press contributed to this report. 

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