With the Senate rejecting Republican attempts to modify the bill, it now goes to the U.S. President Barack Obama for his signature.
The vote in the Senate on Tuesday was 67-32. The House already has passed the bill, and President Obama plans to sign it quickly.
The program will be replaced by a program that keeps the records with phone companies but allows the government to search them with a warrant.
Senate Republican leaders opposed the House bill but were forced to accept it unchanged after senators rejected last-ditch attempts to amend it.
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