HARRISBURG, PA (CBS) — The fate of Pennsylvania’s Children’s Health Insurance Program is now in the hands of Congress. The legislature has now sent a bill reauthorizing the state program to Governor Wolf’s desk.

A spokesman says Governor Wolf will sign the CHIP re-authorization bill now that controversial language related to transgender children has been removed.

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But 90 percent of the money for Pennsylvania’s CHIP program comes from the federal government, and Congress has yet to reauthorize that funding.

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In a statement Monday evening, Governor Wolf praised the legislature’s vote to extend the program and urged lawmakers in Washington to do the same immediately.

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Meanwhile, a spokesman for House Republican leaders says a separate bill that would ban CHIP coverage for gender reassignment surgery is still being worked on, but he could not say if or when that bill might come up for a vote.