The House on Wednesday cleared a $460 billion-plus package of six spending bills. The Senate will seek to pass the bill and avert a partial government shutdown.

The legislation was drafted by House and Senate leaders behind closed doors and panned by conservative House Republicans, who said it “punts on nearly every single Republican policy priority.” The legislation passed anyway in the House with Democratic support.

Despite the lack of support from his conservative colleagues, Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) released a statement saying that House Republicans “secured key conservative policy victories, rejected left-wing proposals, and imposed sharp cuts to agencies and programs critical to President Biden’s agenda.”

Next: House and Senate leaders will roll out the final six spending bills – which include funding for Defense, Labor-HHS and Homeland Security – for an up-or-down vote before the next deadline on March 22.