WASHINGTON -- The Senate has easily passed the sweeping budget and tax measure, sends it to Obama to sign into law.
The House has passed a $1.14 trillion spending bill to fund the government through next September earlier this morning.
It's a peaceful end in the House to a yearlong struggle over the budget, taxes, and Republican demands of President Barack Obama.
The 316-113 vote sends the bill to the Senate.
Senators are expected vote on the budget measure in combination with a year-end tax plan that gives breaks to working families and a wide variety of business interests.
Friday's action promises to finish up a surprisingly productive, bipartisan burst of late-session legislation in a divided Congress.
Obama has promised to sign the massive measure.
It gives him many of the spending increases he's demanded all year. GOP victories include a big boost for the military and the end of a four-decade ban of exporting U.S. crude oil.
Senate easily passes sweeping budget and tax measure; sends to Obama to sign into law.