The House on Wednesday passed a bipartisan bill aimed at combating antisemitism as pro-Palestinian protests roil colleges across the United States.

The measure passed in a 320-91 vote. Twenty-one Republicans and 70 Democrats voted against the legislation.

The bill, titled the Antisemitism Awareness Act, would mandate that the Education Department adopt the broad definition of antisemitism used by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, an intergovernmental group, to enforce anti-discrimination laws.

The international group defines antisemitism as a “certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews.” The group adds that “rhetorical and physical manifestations” of antisemitism include such things as calling for the killing or harming of Jews or holding Jews collectively responsible for actions taken by the state of Israel.

The bill’s prospects in the Senate are unclear.