The Maryland General Assembly has passed the state's $42 billion budget.
The Senate voted unanimously Tuesday for the spending plan for the next fiscal year, after House and Senate negotiators worked out some minor differences.
They agreed on $5 million in state money for scholarships based on need for students who attend private schools.
The House voted 130-7 for the budget a short time later.
Maryland's budget work has gone more smoothly this year than it has in recent years, largely due to the fact that the state has a surplus of more than $400 million.
Gov. Larry Hogan said last week he is pleased with how the budget process has gone this year. The state will have about $1 billion in the Rainy Day Fund.