Here’s how each Senate member voted for or against the $1.7 trillion omnibus bill to fund the government

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The Senate adopted a roughly $1.7 trillion bill on Thursday that would fund the government through most of 2023. This vote averted a shutdown in the final days of the year.

This compilation of long-stalled appropriations bills, known as an omnibus, would provide nearly $773 billion for domestic programs and more than $850 billion for the military, covering expenses through the 2023 fiscal year, which concludes at the end of September.

See a breakdown of what’s in and what’s out of the $1.7 trillion government spending bill

This bipartisan 68-29 vote passes off the measure for debate in the House, which plans to act before the deadline on Friday.

See how each senate member voted:

Here is what is in the bill: