The House in Washington followed-up the work of the Senate, approving the bill on a 270-to-152 vote. The House vote mostly followed party lines, with only one Republican voting against the bill.
The Senate passed the bill earlier 62-36.
Both votes fall short of the totals needed to override a veto.
The bill would authorize construction of the Keystone XL pipeline from western Canada to Steele City, Nebraska where it could connect with the southern portion of the pipeline that is delivering oil from Cushing, Oklahoma to refineries along the Gulf Coast in Texas.
Every member of the Nebraska Congressional delegation voted for the bill.