The Senate voted 81 to 18 on a spending bill that would fund the government through Feb. 8, reauthorize the Children’s Health Insurance Program and roll back several health-care taxes. The House approved the measure 266 to 150.
“I am pleased that Democrats in Congress have come to their senses,” President Trump said in a statement.
Gov. Larry Hogan’s offer is designed to give the state an edge over 19 competitors, including the District and Northern Virginia, in luring the retail giant to build a 100-acre campus in White Flint or another site in North Bethesda.
The bills reflect what has become a national movement for “menstrual equity,” which aims to improve access to tampons and sanitary pads, particularly for the poor, so that having a period does not interfere with daily life.