Senate passes bill to print Senate floor dress

The Senate voted on a bill Tuesday to print a Senate floor print dress.

The measure, introduced by Republican Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.

Va., passed by voice vote with five Republicans joining all Democrats.

The bill would give lawmakers the option of ordering a printed print dress at the Capitol.

The Senate would have to approve the request, and the House would have a choice of printing the dress or returning it to the White House.

The dress would cost $6,000.

The House has been working on a similar bill, which it’s not clear if it will take effect before the end of the month.

The measure was also passed by the Senate and signed by President Donald Trump.

The White House has said the administration would provide the Senate with a $100,000 grant to help print the dress, but no funding information has been released.

Trump signed the bill into law on April 11.

The Capitol was closed Monday for the Memorial Day holiday.

The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the case on April 19.