The Senate passed a bill Wednesday that would transfer national forest land to the Pueblo Indian tribe in New Mexico.

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Sen. Tom UdallThomas (Tom) Stewart UdallHillicon Valley: Officials warn of Chinese influence efforts | Dow drops over 800 points | Tech stocks hit hard | Google appeals B EU fine | James Murdoch may be heading for Tesla | Most Americans worried about election security For everyone’s safety, border agents must use body-worn cameras Senate Democrats increase pressure for FBI investigation of Kavanaugh MORE (D-N.M.) introduced S. 611, the Sandia Pueblo Settlement Technical Amendment Act, which allows for the land exchange as long as it is preserved as open space in its natural state.

The bill passed through a unanimous consent agreement.

There is a companion measure in the House, H.R. 3605, from Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D-N.M.), but it’s unclear if the House will also act on the legislation.