The bill, which authorizes $738 billion in defense spending, passed the House by a vote of 377 to 48. The Senate is expected to take up the measure next week. President Donald Trump has indicated he intends to sign the bill. The bipartisan House support for the bill followed months of partisan debate over what would be included, namely a fight over provisions related to Trump’s proposed wall on the southern border. Lawmakers also had to sort out differences between the Senate and House versions of the measure.