A bipartisan majority of 70 U.S. Senators voted to advance $95 billion in military aid to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan. The long-delayed measure won approval from the upper house today.
According to media reports, the lawmakers approved the measure in a 70-29 vote that exceeded the chamber’s 60-vote threshold for passage of a Bill.
Twenty-two Republicans joined most Democrats to support the bill.
The Legislation will now head to the Republican-controlled House of Representatives. Both Houses of Congress must approve the Legislation before Biden can sign it into law.