The Rhode Island Senate voted 30-7 to approve $8.1 billion state budget proposal.
The Senate debated for a little more than 2 hours before the vote.
The budget will impose the state's 7 percent sales tax on taxi fares, pet grooming and items of clothing that cost $250 or more.
It will also authorize tolls on the Sakonnet River Bridge and raise cigarette taxes.
Local schools will see more money under the proposal, which will also restore some funds for the developmentally disabled that were cut last year.
The House passed the budget last week, which now moves to Governor Chafee's desk.
Rhode Island's new fiscal year begins July 1.