The House voted 241-180 on Tuesday to pass some $50 billion in relief for victims of superstorm Sandy, the second of a two part package after it recently passed the first $10 billion.
Just 49 Republicans voted for it. 179 Republicans and 1 Democrat voted against the bill.
It's the second time this year that Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) has brought legislation to the floor without the support of a majority of Republicans -- the so-called Hastert Rule.
The Senate is on board with the full $60 billion. Prior to the vote the House killed an amendment to include offsets in the package.