Bill Now Goes to Senate, No, the House

WaPo may want to review Schoolhouse Rock rules on how a bill becomes a law (or, more likely it was an innocent slip).

The Senate easily approved a $15 billion jobs bill Wednesday that would give tax breaks to companies for hiring new employees, one of two legislative victories that showcased a new Democratic strategy of winning Republican support by advancing popular measures.”

Three graphs later:

The bill now goes to the Senate. It is the first piece of major legislation to win approval in the Senate since the passage on Christmas Eve of the health-care overhaul, which was upended last month when the election of Scott Brown (R-Mass.) cost Democrats their filibuster-proof supermajority.”

Actually…the bill now goes to the House.