Senate Republicans passed a budget late Thursday night.
The measure is estimated to add $1.5 trillion to the deficit over the next 10 years, and contains about $4 trillion in spending cuts that will affect Medicare and Medicaid.
51 Republicans voted in favor of the bill while all Democrats voted against it.
The resolution is a non-binding budget framework that will allow Republicans to pass a tax plan under the rules of reconciliation. Meaning the GOP tax bill could pass without a single Democratic vote.