A federal opioid package overwhelmingly passed the Senate Wednesday.
The cluster of proposals meant to fight the opioid epidemic passed 98-1, with Republican Sen. Mike Lee casting the sole "no" vote.
The legislation would help fund recovery centers and mental and physical health care through a new grant program, as well as increase access to medication-assisted treatment.
The bill would also let more people use Medicaid to help pay for treatment.
President Donald Trump declared the opioid epidemic a public health emergency one year ago this month. An estimated 72,000 people died of drug overdoses in 2017, a record high.
The bill is now headed to Trump's, desk where senators hope it will be signed into law.