WASHINGTON — Additional flood recovery funding for Nebraska and Iowa is on its way after the House voted Monday to send a $19.1 billion disaster relief package to President Donald Trump’s desk.

The legislation includes money intended specifically to repair storm-ravaged military installations such as Offutt Air Force Base, which was severely damaged by this year’s floodwaters.

All House members from Nebraska and Iowa voted in favor of the aid package, which was approved 354-58. All of the “nay” votes came from Republicans.

The Senate already passed the bill, but its vote came after the House had left for the Memorial Day break. The bill was then held up last week by a few conservative Republicans in the House who refused to let it pass by unanimous consent.

Some opponents were upset by the amount of overall spending in the bill, and some were disappointed that it did not include Trump’s desired funding to address the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Rep. Don Bacon, R-Neb., said it was a mistake for those Republicans to hold up the legislation.

While they had a right to request a roll call vote, it was clear that it was going to roll through with a big, bipartisan majority, he said.

And the Omaha-area congressman said he was proud to support the measure.

“Americans pull together when natural disasters strike,” he said.