The House passed the “CHIPS plus” bill in a bipartisan vote Thursday, sending to President Joe Biden’s desk a $280 billion package designed to boost domestic microchip production and make the U.S. more competitive against China. The bill passed 243 to 187, with 24 Republicans voting alongside 219 House Democrats even as Republican leadership opposed the bill, one day after the Senate passed it in a similarly bipartisan 64-33 vote.