The state House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly Wednesday afternoon for a combined $3 billion in new state borrowing over two years to fix public schools, improve transportation, help ensure clean drinking water, upgrade the XL Center in Hartford and respond to the spreading coronavirus outbreak. The bipartisan bill passed 126-21 with four members absent. Only two Democrats — Rep. Patricia Dillon of New Haven and Pat Boyd of Pomfret — joined with 19 Republicans against the measure. The Senate was expected to approve the package later Wednesday. Overall, the multifaceted package provides funding for everything from paving roads to fixing public schools. The two-year package includes the current fiscal year that ends on June 30 and also the upcoming fiscal year.