WASHINGTON – The House passed a $1.3 trillion spending bill Thursday that funds the federal government through Sept. 30. Now the Senate faces a Friday deadline to pass the bill to avoid a government shutdown, which would be the third such shutdown this year. The spending package includes funding for a number of big projects, including $4 billion to address the country’s opioid crisis, $1.57 billion for border security, including barriers and technology and $2.3 billion for school safety. Lawmakers are weighing in on Twitter on the provisions they wanted to see tacked onto the spending package and the bill overall.

President Donald Trump:

The deal provides $1.57 billion for “physical barriers and technology.” But, PBS reports that Democratic sources say $641 million of that could go to barriers, which would be restricted to see-through fences and levees, but not for Trump’s proposed wall. The majority of the funding — $1.3 billion — of the border security money is for technology.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY:

The omnibus bill includes about $350 million in funding to address eligibility for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. It’s part of new funding for college affordability and education programs in the package.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-FL:

The bill was co-sponsored by a bipartisan group of senators, including Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-UT, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-FL and Sen. Bill Nelson, D-FL, and funds a program to train students, teachers, and other school staff to identify and respond to threats against schools. It would authorize $50 million in grants to assist schools in increasing security and learning how to better identify potential threats.

Rep. Stephanie Murphy, D-FL:

For years the Dickey Amendment was interpreted by the CDC as a ban on studying gun violence. The new spending package makes it clear that the amendment doesn’t prevent them from doing this work, allowing the CDC to resume research on gun violence and its causes.

Speaker Paul Ryan, R-WI:

The omnibus bill includes more money for veteran hospitals and veterans’ homes as well as a pay raise for troops in service.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-CA:

The spending package includes an increase in Childcare Development Block Grants, which is federal funding for child care subsidies for low-income working families.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell, R-KY:

There is $21 billion for infrastructure projects all around the country included in the omnibus bill. That can be used for the Gateway project, which aims to improve railway infrastructure between New York and New Jersey.