A Senate Republican group on Thursday introduced legislation that would provide $10.4 billion to aid Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

The House passed the bill earlier this month with an amendment that would have provided $7.4 million to FEMA and $2.3 billion for other federal agencies.

The Senate bill would provide an additional $2 billion in FEMA funding, as well as $500 million for the state of Texas and $1 billion to FEMA for flood insurance.

The measure has a bipartisan support of Republicans, Democrats and independents.

“Hurricane Harvey has devastated our communities, and yet it is still too early to fully recover,” Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) said in a statement.

“The bill I am introducing today provides relief to Texas and other affected states, including disaster relief for our nation’s most vulnerable communities.”