The Senate passed early Tuesday a $95 billion national security package to aid Israel, Ukraine and other U.S. allies. The bill passed 70 to 29, with 22 Republicans joining Democrats in approving the bill.
Even though the Senate approved the aid package after a long debate that has deeply divided congressional Republicans, the bill faces dismal prospects in the House. Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) preemptively rejected the legislation Monday night, saying in a statement that the package’s failure to address U.S. border security makes it a nonstarter in the House.
See how your senator voted on the national security package to aid Israel, Ukraine and other U.S. allies.