The Senate on Monday passed a bill that would make it illegal to boil hot water.
The House voted Tuesday on a bill to regulate the nation’s water supply that would ban the federal government from using taxpayer dollars to regulate water use in any way.
The measure was sent to President Donald Trump for his signature.
The Senate passed the bill last week and the House has now moved it to Trump for the signature.
It would regulate the supply of hot water in the United States, but not for drinking water.
It would also ban the use of any water that contains any type of chlorine, except drinking water from sources that have undergone a chlorine scrub.
It also bans the use and sale of chlorine in any form, including drinking water, to be used for cleaning purposes.
It’s unclear how the bill would affect states like Wisconsin and Idaho, which have enacted laws regulating water use.
But the Trump administration has said the bill does not take away water rights from states, and that it would not allow states to enforce rules on water quality.
In a statement Monday, the White House said the president has “been consistent on water and water management, and he is committed to working with Congress to protect drinking water.”
“The bill is a victory for water and our drinking water resources, and I applaud all who worked so hard to get it done,” the statement said.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.