After holding up the process for over a week, the House has finally passed the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package via voice vote, despite a Republican lawmaker's insistence that his colleagues go on record in favor of, or against the legislation.
It will be sent to President Trump's desk next for his signature, where he will sign it 'as soon as possible.'
The Senate had already passed the $2 trillion stimulus on Wednesday.
Leaders from both parties expressed a desire to quickly pass the legislation via voice vote - while aides suggested that the House could overcome objections and avoid a roll-call vote, according to the Wall Street Journal. Lawmakers who appeared sat far apart, spilling into the gallery typically reserved for the public.