Capitol Hill lawmakers finally bringing the 2013 budget fight to an end.
Members of the House of Representatives have approved a budget funding the government through the end of the current fiscal year in September while easing the pain of $85 billion in forced spending cuts disliked by leaders on both sides of the aisle.
In a historic move---the bill is now waiting for Senate approval.
This marks the first time in four years Senate will vote on a budget deal.
But-- don't expect much of a breather-- the Democratic run Senate is expected to shoot down the GOP controlled House bill.