The House passed a $51 billion Sandy disaster aid bill 241-180, Tuesday evening.
179 Republicans and 1 Democrat voted against the bill.
The bill includes $17 billion for immediate recovery needs, with an amendment adding $33.7 more for longer-term projects, mirroring a previously Senate-passed bill for $60+ billion that expired at the end of the 112th Congress.
The bill now moves to the Senate, where it is likely to pass easily.
Monday evening, the House Rules Committee set guidelines for debate on the Disaster Relief Act and 14 amendments, one of which requires spending offsets and others which strike efforts not directly related to Sandy recovery.
Earlier this month, Congress passed and the President signed a bill providing almost $10 billion to help fund the Federal Flood Insurance Program, which was in danger of running out of money to fulfill claims brought by victims of the storm.